Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Engineer Shaukatullah Khan Wednesday called on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and discussed with him law and order situation in the province and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).
According to details, the KP governor in his meeting with PM Nawaz Sharif discussed key issues relating to prevailing political, national security and law and order situation.
Moreover, FATA parliamentarians also met with the prime minister. Tribal members said they would continue to support the mandate of the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) government.
Nawaz Sharif discussed administrative, development and political affairs of FATA with members of National Assembly and Senate.
FATA parliamentarians had demanded to call representatives of security agencies in the meeting while PM said that security and military officials are due to be present at the upcoming All Parties’ Conference (APC) to brief on security situation.
Earlier, Political Secretary to PM Asif Kirmani had invited the FATA members for the meeting and assured on PM’s behalf to raise their concerns in the APC.
Nawaz Sharif assured Engineer Shaukatullah and FATA members for all sorts of cooperation for stability of KP and tribal areas and bringing them into mainstream.
He said that PML-N government would not indulge in any kind of discrimination in development and all provinces and tribal areas would be given funds in accordance with their share.