PESHAWAR - Fata Additional Chief Secretary, Dr Tashfain Khan said on Tuesday that PTI march to South Waziristan Agency may cause trouble, and they formally apprised the federal government of the situation.He said they were at present waiting for the centre’s reply in this connection. Talking to media persons after unveiling Information and Communication Technology Policy here at Fata Secretariat, he said that the federal government would decide whether to permit or not the PTI march to South Waziristan Agency, scheduled for October 7. “We are waiting for reply in this regard.” Situation in tribal belt is improving, so at this stage PTI march to Waziristan may cause trouble, he explained. The implementation of Information and Communication Technology Policy would ensure progress and prosperity in tribal areas as it would help tribesmen to have job opportunities locally, he informed.He said that those nations who have fully implemented this policy have progressed worldwide. Despite security issue, various developmental projects, he said, were underway in Fata. The situation is good in 60 to 70 percent area of tribal areas where difference schemes were in progress under the supervision of civil administration, he said. To make tribal belt hub of economic activities, the government was planning to establish a separate bank in Fata, which would encourage tribal investors to invest in their own region, Dr. Tashfain said. Besides, it would encourage managements of other banks to open their branches in tribal areas.Replying to a question, he said that problem of issuing security clearance to NGOs have been resolved as a joint committee comprising corpse headquarters and Fata secretariat would now issue such NOC for working in Fata, he concluded.