Sit-in for peace enters third day

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Adam Khan Wazir
Wana

District headquarter Wana of South Waziristan Lower Tribal District, “Waziristan Aman Olasi Pasoon” (Waziristan Peace People’s Movement) continues its third day of protest against unrest, target killing, robbery and kidnapping for ransom.

A large number of people were present on the third day of the protest sit-in in connection with the establishment of peace. On the other hand, Assistant Commissioner Wana Yasir Salman Kundi gave his stance and said that their demands are legitimate and the protesters have a ten-point agenda, work is already underway on it.

Efforts to resolve their legitimate demands have been intensified. Local leaders of all political parties, PPP, ANP, JUI, JI, PTI, NDM, PK Map, business community, PTM, tribal elders and youths for establishing peace at the local level, A large number of people participated in the protest. Local leaders of various political parties expressed their views

And “Waziristan Aman Olasi Pasoon” (Waziristan peace public movement) presented a 10-point agenda to the government. Peace is the responsibility of the civil government, if the police is required to conduct a search operation or action on wanted persons or in a place, then action should be taken according to the law.

If the police need the FC or the army, the police can take help under Article 126 of the Order 2002. The erstwhile FATA has been merged into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, all the provisions of the 1973 Constitution are applicable to the areas of erstwhile FATA,

Therefore, apart from the constitution and law, peace committee, national army or 2007 agreement are not acceptable to us in any case. Peace in South Waziristan Lower is subject to the restoration of the government writ, for the restoration of the government writ, a separate DPO.