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World famous peace walker Kharal Kasrat Rai believes that with merging FATA in KP would remove the sense of deprivation of the tribesmen and would get their all rights.
Thousands of Fata's and KP people marched to Islamabad and staged a sit-in to demand abolishing FCR, merger with KP and extension of the Supreme Court jurisdiction to Fata.
Fata's parliamentarians demand immediate abolition of the British colonial era’s Frontier Crime Regulations (FCR) immediately and Fata's merger with KP.
Political leaders and other activists demand government Fata's earlier merger into KP before October 9, otherwise they will arrange massive sit-in in Islamabad against FCR.
PM directed the Minister for Law and Justice to fast track legislative and administrative measures for the mainstreaming of FATA and giving its people fundamental rights.
Governor KP assured to accept demands of the youth protesting Fata's immediate merger with and promised to take actions for mainstreaming Fata until August 14.
Delaying tactics of government has created unrest in Fata’s people who were eagerly ready to merge in KP. The delay means denying fundamental rights of Fata’s people.
Fata reforms are a deceiving tactic with tribes people and it would be a great achievement of current government if it extends Supreme and High courts jurisdiction to tribal regions.
FATA youth called upon government to take pragmatic steps for reconstruction and rehabilitation of the damaged infrastructure before the implementation of the proposed reforms agenda in FATA.
The approval of FATA’s merger was welcomed everywhere but tribal women expressed their confusion regarding women’s position after the merger.