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JI to launch long march on 25 September for implementation of FATA reforms

JI to launch long march on 25 September for implementation of FATA reforms
September 12, 2017

LANDIKOTAL, 12 September: The Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) has announced to launch a long march towards Islamabad for implementation of FATA reforms package.

The JI FATA ameer Sardar Khan said while addressing a press conference in Landikotal, Khyber Agency, on Monday that the government was not serious in implementation of reforms in FATA. He said the JI wants implementation of FATA reforms without further delay.

The JI leader also expressed concern over census results for FATA, saying that the actual population of the tribal areas is much more than what has been shown in the census results. He said the FATA people have rejected the census results as their actual population is above 10 million. He demanded the government to give share to FATA in the National Finance Commission (NFC) Award and all other rights under the Constitution of Pakistan.


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