ISLAMABAD - Senators from Khyber Paktoonkhwa and FATA Thursday demanded of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani to extend the relief package for three years for the war-affected province. The demand came in a meeting of Senators with President of Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) Senator Haji Ghulam Ali. The Senators also demanded to provide interest-free loans for small traders, compensation for houses and factories demolished by security forces, rent for the owner of properties acquired by law enforcing agencies and restoring mobile phone communications in war affected areas. Senator Haji Adeel, Senator Prof. Ibrahim, Senator Maulana Saleh Shah, Senator Maulana Gul Naseeb, Senator Azam Swati, Senator Hafiz Rasheed Ahmed, Senator Maulana Abdul Rashid, Senator Muhammad Idrees Safi and Senator Talha Mehmood attended the meeting. Speaking in the meeting, Haji Ghulam Ali said that the relief package should not have been for the selected districts but it should be for the whole province, FATA and PATA as every area has been suffered from terrorism. The government should extend the relief package for three years to boost the economic activities, he demanded. It was unanimously agreed in the meeting that compensation should be provided to the owners of houses and factories, which are being demolished by the security forces in the war against terrorism. Security forces should ensure the payment of rent to the owners of the properties that they are using since years, the Senators demanded. Apart from the economic situation, the Senators also asked the government to lift curb from cellular communications in the districts of Bannu, Tank, Dear Ismail Khan, and Lakki Marwat, as common people and traders are facing several problems. The Senators also stressed the government to give importance to their demands and include it in the upcoming budget for the next fiscal year 2011-12 so that province can excel and business activities can gain momentum.