PESHAWAR – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor, Barrister Masood Kausar has said that taking care of thousands of Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) is indeed a huge task, which is being tackled by the government with the generous support of donors and brotherly nations.  “We are grateful to all those who are extending helping hands in overcoming this quite a big responsibility”, he added. He was addressing the most vulnerable dislocated families, currently housed at Jalozai Camp in Nowshera and were especially invited by him over a reception on Eidul Azha Day at Governor’s House, Peshawar on Saturday. The governor delivered cheques of Rs 10,000 along with sweets and a gift and four kg Qurbani (sacrificial) meat to each family on the occasion. It merits a mention here that a total of 560 families at the Jalozai camp have been determined as the most vulnerable ones for whom the Fata Disaster Management Authority has managed the cash assistance while the qurbani meat was gifted by the management of the Peshawar based Pak-Turk Cag International School and College.Kausar welcomed the good gesture extended by Turkish brethrens and said that both the government and people of this brotherly and friendly country have always stood side by side in every hour of trial with us and we as a nation have great regard for them. Pointing towards the IDPs, the governor said that it is always his sincere effort that they should not confront at least unnecessary difficulty and anyone who will be found responsible for causing un-called for hardships to them will be taken to task. “Restoration of peace in Fata is the utmost desire of all of us and the President, Asif Ali Zardari is personally taking keen interest in making this possible”, he remarked.To ensure efficient response to complaints of IDPs, he added, a separate complaint cell has been established in Fata Civil Secretariat, which has been made responsible to make sure that their grievances are resolved without any loss of time.He further pointed out that despite many hardships, the process of reconstruction of the damaged infrastructure and development is also progressing quite well and all out measures are under way to create an amicable situation to ensure their early repatriation to their homes. The government, the governor said, is also fully conscious of the well being of the minorities living in Fata and it is indeed a pleasant experience to witness their leading fully safe and secure life.