ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Monday said that the drone strikes in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) were being conducted with the government’s complicity and there would be no drone strikes and military operations if PTI comes into power.He made these remarks during his visit to the Mehsud tribesmen’s protest camp set up in front of National Press Club for the last six days against the ongoing military operation and drone strikes in South Wazirsitan Agency. Imran Khan said due to drone strikes not only over 85 per cent people of tribal areas had to leave their homes but it also led to the closure of all educational institutions in tribal areas, which spoke volumes of the government inability to function in affected areas. And owing to the ongoing war against terrorism, the new generation was facing enormous difficulties to get education, which was a matter of great concern.He said when he called for holding a dialogue with Taliban, he was dubbed as Taliban Khan, but now all the political forces especially the Awami National Party (ANP) was making the same demand and it had also convened All Parties Conference (APC) at the time when the tenure of the federal and provincial governments had almost come to an end.The protesters who have been staging a sit-in at a camp set up in front of National Press Club were joined by the families of missing persons and Chairperson of Defence of Human Rights of Pakistan Amina Masood Janjua.  The protesters have been demanding that educational institutes that are closed for the last five years be opened and army operation be suspended immediately. They said their land be returned to them that included 57000 houses, educational and business institutes. They also sought free education for Mehsud students, end to drone attacks, compensation to their losses, recovery of missing persons and allocation of quota for Mehsud people in provincial and federal institutes. Sher Pao Khan, one of the protesters regretted that Mehsud tribe of South Waziristan are loyal and patriotic people but they have been associated with terrorist activities and step motherly treatment is meted out to them.  Online adds: Imran Khan said on Monday that tribesmen should be part of the decision-making as without it no peace can be maintained in Waziristan. He said that the government would have to change its policies while bringing peace in the tribal areas. While addressing to a sit-in protest of the Mehsud tribes in front of National Press Club, he said that both former president General Musharraf and the present government were responsible for the present worst condition of the Mehsood tribe “Today all the schools are closed in the Waziristan. What would be the future of these children? he questioned. He said that it has been nine years that the future of these youngsters was at stake. He demanded the government to come out of the war on terror and maintain peace with the tribesmen. He said that drone attacks were occurring with the consent of the government and were part of the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO). He assured the protesting Mehsood students group, who had been staging a protest in front of National press club for the last three days that their demands would be met soon, saying that they will be compensated for their loss and the missing persons would also be brought back.