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Govt failed to fulfill promises made with Fata IDPs: Sardar Khan

Govt failed to fulfill promises made with Fata IDPs: Sardar Khan
June 19, 2017

PESHAWAR, 19 June: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) FATA Ameer, Sardar Khan on Monday criticized federal government for failure to its promises made with the Fata Internally Displaced Peoples (IDPs).
According a statement issued from Markaz e Islami read that delay in rehabilitation process of IDPs is incompetency of government.
IPDs of the North Waziristan, Orakzai and Kurram Agency were yet to be rehabilitated; he quoted FATA Disaster Management Authority as saying in it recent statement.
He alleged that those who were rehabilitated to their respective areas were facing enormous difficulties and being deprived from basic needs such as electricity, education and health facilities.
Seeking early rehabilitation of IDPs, he asked the federal government to address problems of the IDPs and immediately arrange for return of remaining IDPs to their respective tribal areas.


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