BANNU: Chairman Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan Sunday here visited Baka Khel IDPs camp, met with the displaced people of North Waziristan Ageny (NWA) and listened their problems.
The PTI chief was accompanied by Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak, Speaker KP Assembly Asad Qaisar, provincial ministers Ali Amin, Atif Khan and others. Commissioner Bannu Syed Mohsin Ali briefed
the delegation about the arrangements being made for the IDPs.
Speaking to the media persons, Imran Khan said, “I have come to Bannu to oversee arrangements being made for the IPDs and we will extend our help to the displaced persons”, he added.
The PTI chief said Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has asked the federal government to release of Rs.6 billion.
Meanwhile, talking to tribal jirga at commissioner house, PTI chief Imran Khan assured that the KP government would try to solve IDPs problems and asked the government to increase the number of camps.
He said that he did know that such a large number of IDPs would leave their homes due to operation. He added that 70,000 people have been displaced due to military operation. He promised that the PTI would not leave them alone in this critical time.
The tribesmen thanked Imran Khan for his support saying that Imran Khan was standing with the tribesmen from the day one. They apprised the PTI chief about the difficulties being faced by IDPs. The PTI chief announced that he would celebrate Eid with IDPs of North Waziristan Agency.