MINGORA (APP) - The Commissioner Malakand Division, Syed Muhammad Javed has said that about Rs30 billion will be required for reconstruction and repair of public and private properties destroyed during the bloody cycle of violence in restive Swat district and said the generous help of philanthropists and international donors' agencies in rebuilding phase would be highly welcomed. "Our preliminary investigation and initial assessment of damages reveals that approximately 30 billion rupees losses were incurred to public and private properties during Swat valley's unrest and the same amount would be necessary for rebuilding phase," the Commissioner told APP by phone. He said that a comprehensive strategy has been chalked out to repair and reconstruct the entire destroyed infrastructure owing to fully improvement to law and order situation. "We will definitely welcome the generous assistance and financial help of philanthropists and world donors' agencies in repair and reconstruction phase as the devastation to public and private properties in Swat is immense and behind expectations." He said special focus would be given on repair and reconstruction of government schools, police posts and police stations, girl schools, bridges, roads and important government buildings. He said massive damages were also occurred to private properties and buildings in the valley. The schools especially girls were the main target of militants in the recent violence as about 191 schools including 122 girls and 69 boys were destroyed or damaged in the deadly skirmishes. At the movement, he said, "We are focusing on restoration of permanent peace and law and order in the troubled spots." He said that policemen were also gradually returning to Swat for resuming their duties. However, he said the rejoining process of policemen is slow and hoped that it will picks up momentum shortly. To remove people fears, he said peace marches were held under his supervision in various troubled areas and confidence of Swatis and policemen are gradually restoring, which is good omen for peace and tranquillity in the scenic valley, which once considered the Switzerland of Asia. Asked about arrival of Internally Displaced People (IDPs), he said they have started arriving to their homes, adding the process of their arrival is slow. Local disputes of IDPs and villagers in addition to fears from militants are one of the major reasons behind their slow return to their native areas, he said. Most of the displaced people belong to restive Kabaal Tehsil, Bara Bandai, Koza Bandai, Sersani, Matta and Khawazakhela area as they were compelled to leave their homes following eruption of bloody clashes between Security Forces and militants. He said that a grand Jirga comprised elders and Ulema of Malakand Division and Swat district will soon be convene to remove the fears of IDPs and solved their local disputes so that they can return peaceful and live in their homes without fear from any quarters. The Commissioner said that around 8, 000 displaced families have so far arrived to their homes. The camps set up for IDPs was abolished in Mingora after improvement of law and order situation in the valley, he added.