Pakistani soldiers stand guard at a destroyed empty bazaar during a military operation against Taliban militants in the main town of Miranshah in North Waziristan on July 9, 2014. Last month Pakistan's military launched a long-awaited offensive in North Waziristan, aimed at wiping out longstanding militant strongholds in the area, which borders Afghanistan. More than 800,000 people have fled a major military offensive against the Taliban in a Pakistani tribal area, officials said Wednesday. AFP PHOTO/Aamir QURESHI

PESHAWAR, 15 May: FATA Disaster Management Authority (FDMA) has announced conducting from tomorrow survey of the damaged houses of South Waziristan Agency due to military operation.

The FDMA stated that during the first phase the survey would be conducted in 71 villages of Sarwakai and Srarogha tehsils of South Waziristan Agency. In this connection, 12 committees have been constituted which are comprised of representatives of political administration, FATA Secretariat, Army and local elders.

The government has fixed Rs. 400,000 recompense for completely damages houses while Rs. 160,000 for partially-damaged abodes. The Khyber Pakthunkhwa governor has allocated 35 billion rupees for compensation.

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