Analysts say that delay in elections in tribal districts has not only affected the contesting candidates, but it can also impact the process of democracy.
One year after the completion of merger of erstwhile Fata with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the provincial government has achieved some milestones.
Experts in a panel discussion arranged by TNN said the benefits of the FATA merger with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have not reached to the common man.
Public opinion is divided over the implementation status of the reforms process with some showing complete satisfaction and others showing dissatisfaction.
Experts at a panel discussion arranged by TNN said increased representation for tribal districts in National and KP assemblies will help resolve problems.
After merger with KP, tribal districts got 16 seats in the KP Assembly and six in National Assembly on the basis of the latest population census.
Sohail Khan, the ECP spokesman for KP, says ribal provincial elections can only be delayed if the legislation completes before the election schedule.
Panellists at Badloon programme of TNN said the Right to Information (RTI) law must be implemented in merged districts like KP for its effectiveness.
The KP government has extended the RTI law to tribal districts under which the applicants can get information through a simple procedure.
Women of the newly merged tribal districts were also keenly waiting for benefits of the reforms process and merger with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Experts in a panel discussion in Badloon programme of TNN urged the need for shifting the newly appointed judges for tribal areas inside the merged areas.
Eminent legal expert Fazal Shah Mohmand says the centuries-old Jirga system will survive in the tribal districts even after arrival of the judicial system.