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16 official vehicles dumped in South Waziristan due to lack of funds

16 official vehicles dumped in South Waziristan due to lack of funds
March 10, 2018

WANA: Sixteen official vehicles worth tens of millions of rupees in South Waziristan have been dumped due to lack of funds.

In-charge of these dumped vehicles, Syed Badshah said he has sent several requests to the FATA Secretariat for repair of these vehicles, but they are not releasing funds after which there was no option but to dump these vehicles at the scrapyard. Mr Badshah said the dumped vehicles also include an ambulance and a fire brigade vehicle.

In case of any emergency situation in South Waziristan, fire brigade vehicles and ambulances are sent there from Tank district as the tribal agency has no such vehicle in working condition.


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