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but it almost a year ago a hundred and thirty fourth income Pakistan were killed by Taliban militant armed with guns and explosives that massacre shocked the country and led to calls for tougher action from Pakistan military the outrage so fiercely even some militant groups joined in to condemn the assault Reuters Catherine world in Islamabad because it was the deadliest attack in the country's history fucking back almost inured to items that Mr attack on innocent children horrified decisions , after the massacre need military intensified anti Taliban operations , and the government launched a national crackdown but experts say both those initiatives have done little to reform , poorly trained and poorly trained police force or you don't the crumbling creek criminal justice system , the problems lie at the heart , and I'm successful attempts to tackle militancy some analysts suggest this may be because the rich and powerful aren't welcome , private security service , rather than one that might threaten the impunity after powerful after the attack Pakistan also packed an amendment to the constitution authorizing secret military courts for two years some parents of the school's becomes criticized the law because they want to see justice done on December second Pakistan executed for men for their link in the massacre they were the first to billion execution by the news secret courts Pakistan legalize the death penalty for terrorists a day after the attack