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Case against transfer of funds submitted.

Byline: Jehanzeb Afridi

BARA -- Mir Alam Afridi, resident of Bara tehsil of Khyber Agency has expressed deep sorrow over transfer of funds from NA-46 to NA-45 of Khyber Agency and said a writ petition in Peshawar High Court has been submitted against it.

Sharing details last day, Mir Alam Afridi, member of Khidmat-e-Khalq Committee Bara tehisl said that Rs 200million funds for various development activities had been approved for militancy stricken Bara tehsil but unfortunately the authorities concerned had transferred the massive funds to NA-45. He informed that the formal proceeding of case would be started from114th April.

However, additional chief secretary Fata Secretariat, secretary social welfare department, political agent Khyber Agency, X-en Building would represent government in particular case while the second party is tribesmen from Bara tehsil. A demand has also been made by secretary social welfare department for reversing the funds, he added.

He clearly said the Bara tehils on one way has greatly been suffered due to ongoing militancy and military operations but after displaced persons returned to their homes, now the transfer of funds will irk them.

Meanwhile, Elders of tehsil Mullah Gori of Khyber Agency expressed grievances over the filling of 45 vacant positions in Wapda here on Tuesday. Residents of the tehsil Mullah Gori including Shahid Ullah Mulllah Gori, Ghalib Khan and other alleged Wapda for nepotism in inducting recruitment in the concern department.

He mention the details that 45 positions in the department have been announced through daily newspapers but the recruitment was carried out tacitly and Mulla Gori tribes were ignored in the induction scheme. Adding that all legible candidates were ignored in the recruitment in the Wapda department and through nepotism all recruitments have been made.

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Publication:Frontier Post (Peshawar, Pakistan)
Date:Apr 13, 2016
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