PESHAWAR – The 13th Political Agents Conference held here on Monday with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor, Barrister Masood Kausar, in the chair reviewed the law and order situation and arrangements for anti-polio campaign in Fata, implementation on Fata reforms and the causes of many other issues in Fata.The Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Barrister Masood Kausar has highly appreciated the support and cooperation of local tribal community against militancy and urged the political administration to further strengthen their liaison with the tribesmen. He was addressing 13th Political Agents Conference held here at Governor’s House on Monday. The conference reviewed the law and order situation and anti-polio campaign in Fata, implementation on Fata reforms and the causes of many other issues in Fata. “The political administration should move forward taking the tribal communities along”, he stressed. He said that the investment environment must be improved and the potential investors should be provided every facility including security. The governor directed the political officers to take effective measure to control the kidnapping incidents. “This must be given serious consideration so as the people feel some kind of improvement”, he added. He directed that the grievances and complaints of tribesmen of Bara should be addressed properly and added that the process of return of IDPs to their homes should be accelerated and facilitated.“Law and order in FATA was the core issue and the political officers should play their proactive role to ensure more improvement”, the Governor said directing that all the relevant authorities and agencies should coordinate their efforts to move forward collectively. Governor Masood Kausar said that now when the law and order situation in tribal areas was improving the political administration should focus the development initiatives and FATA reforms. The political agents presented reports on current law and order situation in their respective Agencies and highlighted the steps taken to overcome the problems and issues in this regard. The conference was informed that FATA reforms particularly those relating to FCR were being fully implemented.