ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gialni on Wednesday said the government would take the MNAs from Fata into confidence regarding the presidential ordinance and assured them that their suggestions would be accommodated for amending the same. Responding to the point of order by Fata MNA Munir Khan Orakzai, Premium Gilani told the National Assembly that the ordinance was introduced to deal with the extremists and terrorists who were attacking educational institutions and personnel of the law enforcement agencies in Fata and Pata. He said: I have invited the MPs from Fata for the sake of discussion. The PM said the people of Fata had played an important role in the Independence Movement of Pakistan and similarly they had a vital role in defence of the country. About the extension of Political Parties Act in Fata, he said the elders of Tribal Areas would also be taken into confidence their suggestions would be considered. Munir Khan Orakzai said the Parliamentarians of Fata and other political parties had expressed their concern over the presidential ordinance. However, on the assurance of prime minister, Orakzai thanked him and postponed the walkout. Earlier speaking on the point of order, former religious affairs minister Hamid Saeed Kazmi said during the investigation all allegations leveled against him by Azam Swati and the Pakistans Ambassador to Saudi Arabia proved wrong but the case was not finished. MNA Kishan Chan Perwani, however, told the House that minorities were being targeted in Sindh and their kidnapping was on the rise. He added the matter was taken up in the House also but the interior minister did not pay heed to them. Meanwhile, some of the MNAs also informed the House that heavy loadshedding was being reported in their constituency during Sahar and Aftar against the schedule announced by the government. PM tries to calm Fata lawmakers