Shabbir said one of the main reasons behind increase in the number of addicts is that the administration is not taking proper steps to stop this practice.
Under the tradition of Ashar, Pakhtuns help each other in construction work, farming, gardening and other collective works.
There is only one teacher in the primary school in Babra Lakki in Chapar Mishti tehsil of Central Orakzai for the last one year.
Chota Lahor city of Swabi in KP has been declared a ‘sister city’ of a South Korean city due to Buddhist relics in the area.
Afridi tribes are residing in Hasankhel, Bora Jwaki, Ashukhel and Jenakor areas of sub-division Peshawar (former FR Peshawar).
Recent rains and hailstorms in Swabi have damaged the standing crops, particularly the maize crops, due to which the farmers suffered huge damages.
The Government Degree College in Yakkaghund area of Mohmand tribal district lacks basic facilities due to which the college students face many difficulties.
People of Khwezai and Baizai tehsils of Mohmand are facing severe water shortage due to shortage of tube wells and underground water resources.
It is a symbol of the culture that has been passed down from generation to generation, but now the new generation has forgotten their ancestral heritage, Shamla, with a time of development.
The life of displacement for people of merged districts brought many miseries as they left their houses and were forced to live under difficult conditions.
There are also only two teachers in government girls high school who are unable to teach the whole school in a proper manner.
About 98 percent people displaced after military operation in North Waziristan have returned to their native areas, according to official data.