ISLAMABAD - In a bid to bring residents of war-hit zone of Pakistan back to normal life, UK has announced a multimillion pounds support package for Government of Pakistan. Unveiling the details of support package, International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander told reporters during a press conference held in the premises of British High Commission here on Tuesday that the package would focus on constructing temporary bridges to provide links to isolated areas and building schools. Alexander said UKs Department for International Development (DFID) would provide 20 million for short-term assistance to affectees. It is important to mention here that as many as 2.7 million people were displaced last year due to military operations against militants, while 2.5 million of them have now returned. People everywhere want freedom from conflict and fear, economic opportunities for their families and access to justice for all. We are committed to working alongside the international community to support the Govt of Pakistans efforts to realise these aspirations for affected people. According to data available to TheNation, DFID is providing a total of 665 million to Pakistan from 2009 to 2013.