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Government to releases Rs 250 million funds to the North Waziristan IDPs in three installments through FMDA as Rs 36000 per installment, FDMA Director Sohail Khan announced.
Lack of facilities and insufficient resources may hinder development and reconstruction process in the operation-ravaged areas of South Waziristan Agency
48,062 families have been registered as the IDPs families while 59,559 families not registered due to the issue of ‘double’ addresses on their CNICs. These families have not received any relief yet as claimed by the tribesmen.
Sami-ul-Haq demanded that the issue of FATA's merger with KP should be dealt with after the completion of the rehabilitation process of the IDPs.
The tribesmen of Rabiakhel, Daradar Mamazai, Khaniki Sheikhan and Mamuzai tribes would be sent back to their native areas in the ongoing process.
About 90% of houses in volatile area had been effected but no practical step was taken to either compensate them or rehabilitate the IDPs.
Relief goods were distributed at Khargi camp of internally displaced persons (IDPs) which included quilts, blankets, clothes, water coolers, soap and rice.
The IDPs were warmly welcomed by political administration, security officials and Tribal elders in Mohmand Agency.
Rs 81 billion will be used for the development projects and the infrastructure which has been devastated due the military operations.
FATA secretariat, FDA organized a vocational & skill development training with the assistance of UNDP for Internally Displaced People (IDPs).
Nazmina & three other girls were leading their goats grazing in the nearby jungle, an unseen improvised explosive device (IED) hit Nazima.
Tribesmen were speaking at book launch, "The Pashtuns of Waziristan and the custom based Waziri law from Sharia perspective" written by Dr Taj Muhammad Wazir
The IDPs suffer multiple problems - food shortage, unsafe water, insufficient healthcare, poor housing and sanitation. The government is urged to take bold steps to resolve this issue.
The IDPs females around the world are most vulnerable to education. Due to the cultural teaching they avoid going out and restrict themselves to the homes.
The process is totally monopolized by civil and military bureaucrats who have insisted on signing of the humiliating “social contract” for the repatriation.
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