PESHAWAR  - Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) Relief Committee distributed cash among the Internally Displaced People (IDPs) of Khyber Agency residing in the makeshift Jalozai camp here outside the Peshawar Press Club on Monday. 

During the ceremony, cash grants of Rs2,000 each were distributed among 300 IDPs of Khyber Agency. On the occasion, PTI Central Advisor and Relief coordinator for IDPs Seemi Izwi and Vice President Punjab Women Wing Farah Agha, Advisor to Chief Minister on Social Welfare and Women Development Mehr Taj Roghani, Shaheen Afridi and Iqbal Afridi were also present.

Talking to IDPs belonging to the conflict-hit Khyber Agency, the PTI leaders accused the federal government of step motherly attitude with the internally displaced families from tribal region and completely ignored them, which has creating great unrest among the internally uprooted people.

They said the FATA is federal subject, so the centre has been liable to provide all adequate facilities to military operation-affected people from various tribal agencies. They further alleged the federal government is least concerned to mitigate sufferings of the IDPs families.

The PTI and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government are extending every possible support to the internally displaced people despite limited resources. In this regard, the party central leadership has so far issued directive to the responsible of the relief committee to remain busy in provision of relief to IDPs of Khyber Agency, NWA and flash floods affected people of Punjab.