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FCR a dead letter in modern age.

Byline: Anwar Shah Orakzai

PARACHINAR -- Member of National Assembly (MNA) Sajjid Husain Tori has termed Frontier Crime Regulation (FCR) was a dead letter in modern age here on Monday.

He was talking to media at his resident, criticizing FCR that residents of the tribesmen had suffered a lot in the course of terrorism and the abolition of the FCR could prove a healing strip as a reward for them. MNA further said that elders across the Fata have demanded to federal Government for abolishing the FCR and intend it as a dead letter in modern age. Tori claimed that peace has been restored in the central Kurram Agency after a long time and know government should have to begun developmental projects in the Agency on emergency basis.

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Publication:Frontier Post (Peshawar, Pakistan)
Date:Jan 19, 2016
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