PESHAWAR: Member Provincial Assembly (MPA) Ahmad Kundi of Pakistan People Party parliamentarian has submitted a call attention notice in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) assembly secretariat against law and order situation in the province, especially in the tribal districts.

In his notice, the lawmaker maintained that law and order situation is deteriorating in the tribal districts of the province while neither provincial nor the federal government is paying any attention. Kundi, in his notice mentioned the Khaisor Village of Mirali Tehsil in district North Waziristan where a young boy by name of Hayat in a video alleged that his family is being harassed by the security officials. The video of the boy went viral on social media resulted in large protests in Mirali on Sunday.

“The government has to take appropriate action against all those responsible without any discrimination,” the lawmaker stressed in his call of attention notice. It was maintained that the area where peace has been restored after huge sacrifices paid by the tribal people and security forces, such incidents should be taken seriously.

In the video interview, Hayat, a resident of Khaisor village in Teshils Mirali, tells another local youngster how the family has been facing harassment due to frequent visits by two personnel to his home after his father and brother were picked up by security forces.

Yesterday, Member KP assembly Sardar Hussain Babak, who is also the provincial general secretary of Awami National Party (ANP) has also submitted a call-attention notice to the KP Assembly, drawing the attention of the assembly to the Khaisoor incident. He asked the government to investigate the alleged ‘harassment’ of a family by security personnel. “Keeping mum over such issues would add to the woes of tribal districts,” warned Sardar Babak. He called upon the government to take immediate notice of the incident and order an inquiry into it.

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