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PTI holds anti-FCR rally in Bajaur

PTI holds anti-FCR rally in Bajaur
January 09, 2017

KHAR, 09 January: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Monday held a grand rally against the British-era law of Frontier Crimes Regulation here.

Prominent leaders of the party including Haji Said Ahmad Jan, Dr. Khalil-ur-Rahman and Muhammad Saleem and large number of local tribesmen attended the rally.

The participants of the rally chanted full-throat slogans against the FCR and demanded of the government to announce immediate merger of Fata in KP.

The speakers termed the FCR as the root-cause of all the problems confronted by the people of Fata.

The PTI workers demanded of the government expedite the reforms process and merger Fata into KP without any further delay be completely abolishing the FCR.

The leaders deplored that some vested-interest elements had been holding rallies in favor of the FCR only to protect their personal perks and privileges, saying they were not doing any favor to the people of Fata.

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