The US-led coalition is conducting 'precision strike support' to help flush out the remaining militants.
The terrorist group faces financial crackdowns, military operations and a lack of local support in both countries, yet it still remains a threat.
More fencing will control illegal border crossings and terrorism, officials say.
The move against money laundering is expected to increase jail terms and fines for the 'nation's enemies.'
Five months after 12 Iranian soldiers were kidnapped, Tehran has still yet to prove its accusations against Pakistan.
Security forces in Bajaur District are returning institutions to civilian control and reducing the number of security checkpoints.
Tens of thousands of civilians have been trucked out in recent weeks from the jihadists' ever-shrinking territory in Baghouz, near Syria's border with Iraq.
However, some Pakistani analysts are calling for more stringent measures against the banned groups.
While police operations in Karachi have succeeded in breaking up networks of various violent groups, security officials are concerned over a recent resurgence of attacks.
'We have to take action because Pakistan cannot afford to have terror outfits on its soil,' said Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry.