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Administration asks Utmanzai tribe to hand over culprits who attacked tribal Malik’s vehicle

Administration asks Utmanzai tribe to hand over culprits who attacked tribal Malik’s vehicle
December 07, 2017

GHALLANAI, 7 December: After a bomb blast on the vehicle of a tribal Malik in Ambar tehsil of Mohmand Agency, the political administration convened a Jirga of Utmankhel tribe on Wednesday and asked the Jirga members to hand over the culprits involved in the attack.

Eighty elders from Adam Kor and Umarkhel participated in the Jirga which was held in Yakkaghund area. Assistant Political Agent Naveed Akbar told the Jirga that all the privileges of the area people will remain suspended till handing over of the culprits. He urged the local people to cooperate with the administration for ensuing peaceful environment in the area.

The vehicle of tribal Malik Ameer Rehman was targeted by miscreants few days ago. However, Ameer Rehman was not present in the vehicle at the time of the attack.

It was announced that another Jirga of Utmankhel tribe will be held in Had Kor area on 10 December in which the elders will inform the administration about steps taken to apprehend the culprits. A final Jirga in this regard will be held on 12 December in Yakkaghund where the administration will announce its decision over the matter.


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