PESHAWAR - A delegation of Bannu-based Tribal Lawyers Forum called on Governor Owais Ahmed Ghani here at Governors House and discussed with him matters concerning the lawyer community from FATA practising in Bannu. The governor listened to the grievances and demands of the delegation patiently with an assurance of taking them into consideration on merit. Talking to the delegation, the governor appreciated the role of lawyers in dispensation of justice to the masses and also their intellectual approach towards the issues of national and local importance. The governor emphasized the need for a social transformation in FATA and said that the government had planned transforming the rural tribal society into urban society through establishment of Urban Centres in each tribal Agency. This plan, he added, when implemented would ensure delivery of adequate social services to the tribal populace equal to that being enjoyed by the people of other urban areas of the country. Elaborating the plan, the governor said that each urban centre in FATA would have at least one tertiary care hospital besides higher education institutions for boys and girls, protected townships and big commercial centers. Owais Ghani also mentioned the governments intention to amend the FCR, establish Agency Councils and extend Political Parties Act to tribal areas. On a point, the Governor clarified that FATA IDPs would be given the same relief package as had been given to the IDPs of the settled areas. Earlier, member of the delegation including President of the Forum Fazal Wadud Khan Advocate highlighted their demands and thanked the Governor for having a detailed meeting with the delegation.