ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari sent back the proposed draft of Nizam-e-Adl Regulations for implementation of Sharia't in the Malakand Division including the restive Swat Valley for review on the request of the NWFP Government to introduce some changes in the draft, a senior official told The Nation on Monday. The request was made by the Awami National Party led by the Provincial Government to reconsider some clauses of the draft bill and discuss it with the leaders of Maulana Sufi Mohammad led defunct Tehrik-e-Nifaz-e-Sharia't Mohammadi (TNSM) to do away with some of their concerns on the draft. The President will give approval of the law once all the parties to the issue agree on the draft bill to enforce Islamic legal system in the Malakand Division, the northern parts of the country. Sufi Mohammad had been demanding the introduction of Sharia't law in the said areas since early 1990s and the issue came to surface when Maluana Sufi was released last year after talks with the newly elected government of ANP and PPP. The official, familiar with the issue, said Maulana Sufi Mohammad raised some objections on the present draft bill including withdrawal of the powers of appeal against the decisions of the Qazi courts and giving 50 per cent representation to the TNSM in the council, having the powers to nominate the Qazis (Judges of Sharia't courts), etc. The TNSM 'peace camp' had been continuing since October 9 last year at Temergara, the headquarters of District Lower Dir, and its Ameer Sufi Muhammad had declared it would continue even for three years if their demand for enforcement of Shariah was not accepted. However, Frontier Government is confident to convince the protestors led by Maulana Sufi that the draft bill was carrying almost every clause as per agreement with them but certain clauses were having some constitutional bar on the Provincial Government and these clauses could not be altered in the draft. Tanzim had also rejected the ANP-led Provincial Government's draft for enforcement of Shariah and demanded implementation of the 1994 Nizam-e-Adl Regulation in letter and in spirit. However, the Provincial Government had asked the TNSM to present in black and white what it wanted to be enforced. "The government is ready to accommodate the Tanzim suggestions by amending the 1999 regulation to provide speedy justice to the people of Malakand Division," sources in ANP maintained. However, the Provincial Government was insisting that Sufi should abide by the agreement reached for restoration of peace in Malakand, especially in Swat Valley.