Nangarhar residents are enjoying a return to peace in the region after ISIS was ousted through a joint effort of public uprising forces and government troops.
Punjab Province, once afflicted by sectarian violence, has not seen a single terrorism incident involving sectarianism over the past three years, a security official said.
Officials say Tehran backs Sipah-e-Muhammad Pakistan, Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan, Zainabiyoun Brigade and other Shia groups in a bid to extend Iranian influence in the region.
The move is part of the government's efforts to meet requirements to stamp out terror financing and money laundering.
ISIS-K, which refers to its Khorasan branch, has claimed a number of attacks in Pakistan via its propaganda outlet Amaq but nearly every one was later disproved.
The news is the latest publicly admitted violation of Iran's commitments to a 2015 international accord.
Thousands of protesters are expected to reach Islamabad October 31.
Friday prayers at the area's main mosque symbolise the return to normality after security forces drove out militants.
The main purpose of the force is to ensure that police are visible in urban areas and can quickly respond to any emergencies.
Officials in Afghanistan have confirmed that Asim Umar, the head of al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS), was killed in an operation on September 23.