Ameer Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, Fata chapter, Mufti Abdul Shakoor claimed that the United States has urged party leadership to support tribal areas merger into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Health authorities in Khyber tribal district confirmed first polio case of the year in Landi Kotal on Wednesday after a break of over three years.
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Political administration of North Waziristan Agency on Saturday launched a crackdown against unregistered medical practitioners and arrested 16 fake doctors.
The Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) on Friday staged a protest demonstration in Sadda Bazaar of Kurram Agency to pursue its demand of establishment of a separate FATA province. A large number of party activists participated in the demonstration at Ajab Khan Chowk of the city. The JUI-F ameer for Kurram Agency chapter Maulana Asmatullah said the tribal areas remained deprived of basic facilities in the past.
The political administration on Monday released the fifth grader student who was arrested under Collective Responsibility Clause of Frontier Crimes Regulation following a bomb blast in Landi Kotal few days.
Like other parts of the country, elections were also held on 12 National Assembly constituencies of tribal districts on 25 July.
Unidentified gunmen shot dead a personnel of the Khyber Khasadar force here on Saturday, officials said. According to an official of the political administration, the deceased Shakeel was on way to his place of duty when unidentified gunmen opened fire on him near Sakhi Pul in Sikandar Khel area, which left him dead on the spot.
The Khassadar officials of North Waziristan Agency held a Jirga for acceptance of their demands in Township on Friday.
The people of Mohammadkhel village of North Waziristan Sunday staged a sit-in against the Frontier Works Organisation (FWO).
Three soldiers were martyred in two separate attacks on the security forces in North and South Waziristan tribal districts on Saturday.