The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) has given approval on Saturday to set up courts in the tribal areas.
The KP Chief Minister—Mahmood Khan said that the people would be hired for these civil and session courts in the initial phase. He further added that a total of Rs545million would be spent on the courts yearly.
He said that they would make sure to provide justice to the dwellers of the tribal areas like other parts of the nation. He promised that the government would work towards the provision of easy and inexpensive justice in the tribal areas.
Shah Farman—the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor on Friday said that the government would be providing all possible facilities to the residents of the tribal areas.
While speaking at a gathering after the inauguration of the “Clean and Green Pakistan” programme, he said that the people of tribal areas have shown exemplary sacrifices for restoring peace in the region of FATA.
He added that the militants played havoc with the homes of the tribal people, their markets and state infrastructure in the tribal districts. The governor also said that the government had already provided relief packages to the people and would be offering much more to them.
The KP governor said that the government would not be interfering into changing the tribal culture, jirga system, and the local traditions.
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