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ANP submits resolution in KP Assembly for FATA-KP merger

ANP submits resolution in KP Assembly for FATA-KP merger
May 19, 2017

PESHAWAR, 19 May: The Awami National Party (ANP) provincial general secretary Sardar Hussain Babak has submitted a resolution in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly for merger of FATA with KP.

The resolution calls upon the government to fulfil all the constitutional requirements on priority basis to bring FATA into national mainstream which will be beneficial for FATA, KP and rest of the country. The resolution further says the provincial assembly considers delaying tactics in implementation of FATA reforms against national interest. It further says the FATA people, elected representatives and the country’s political and religious figures want FATA merger with KP and they are raising their voice in this regard at every forum.

The resolution says the FATA financial and administrative affairs should be given to KP to end their deprivation and compensate them for their sacrifices.


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