SWABI - President Asif Ali Zardari said on Friday that the internally displaced persons (IDPs) would move back to their homes after the successful Army operation against the militants in Swat, Dir and Buner. The day is not far when you (displaced people) would return to your homes. We would meet you there, said the President while visiting the Pakistan Red Crescent Society camp at Shahmansoor Township on Friday. Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira, Information Minister, NWFP Chief Minister Amir Haidar Khan Hoti and other ministers and officials, both federal and provincial, accompanied the President. Extremely tight security arrangements were made on the arrival of the President. Agencies add: In a brief address to a gathering of the displaced persons at the Shah Mansoor Camp, the President noted that the displaced people who had rendered the great sacrifice by leaving their homes, needed the support of the people of Pakistan in their hour of need. Keep your morale high and face the difficulties with courage, said Zardari, addressing thousands of families who took refuge in Jalozai camp, in the northwest Swabi district that once housed Afghan refugees. I can imagine your feelings because my children have also suffered and they have also been separated from their mother, said Zardari, referring to the assassination of his wife, former premier Benazir Bhutto, in December 2007. You are not alone at this hour of tribulation. The entire Pakistani nation is with you. The government is with you and the Pakistan army is with you, said the president, who is suffering from rock-bottom approval ratings. Reiterating his determination to expunge extremist violence - which has killed around 1,900 people in bomb attacks in two years - he said his government was doing everything to help the displaced return home. The day is not far off when you will return in a better atmosphere than that which forced you to abandon your homes, he said. President Zardari urged the nation to help the millions of displaced, who had been forced out of their homes in a bid to rid their land from extremists and terrorists. I am here to share your sufferings and problems, the President said and added the entire nation stands by them. The President earlier visited various sections of the camp and distributed gifts amongst the children and relief goods amongst the people. The President directed that best possible facilities be provided to the people so as to mitigate their problems. He said the entire government machinery was geared to provide all possible assistance to the IDPs. He said a model camp will be set up at the Jalozai and the injured and handicapped would be provided wheel chairs and other facilities. He urged the affectees to keep up their spirits and promised that the government will try to provide them better facilities than they had, before the operation began. He urged them to support the government and the Pakistan Army in its efforts to eliminate extremists. The nation stands by you, keep faith in Allah, in your Government and the Army, you are our brothers and sisters and will try our level best to take good care of you, the President said. The President, accompanied by Minister for Information Qamar Zaman Kaira and Interior Minister Rehman Malik, soon after his return from Karachi, went to the camp that houses the refugees from Swat, Malakand and adjoining areas, following the military operation against extremists and terrorists. The President was received by NWFP Chief Minister Amir Haider Khan Hoti and Lt Gen Nadeem Ahmed Chairman of Special Support Group and was informed about the facilities being extended to the IDPs. The President went around various sections of the camp and saw the food, medical and residential facilities being extended to the people. The camp houses 2200 camps with 1450 families besides over a thousand children aged 1 to 5 years.