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Regular laws to be extended to FATA instead of Tribal Bill

It also considered the “Rulers of Acceding States (Abolition of privy purses and Privileges) Bill, 2017” and approved unanimously with certain amendments
Our Correspondent
Islamabad
Parliamentarians on Monday opined that regular Laws of Pakistan may also be extended to FATA instead of introducing The Tribal Areas Rewaj Bill, 2017.
A meeting of the National Assembly Standing Committee on States and Frontier Regions (SAFRON) met here in Parliament House under the Chairmanship of. M. Jamal ud Din, MNA.
The Committee considered “The Tribal Areas Rewaj Bill, 2017 (Government Bill) in detail.
Almost all the members present at the meeting were of the opinion that regular Laws of Pakistan may also be extended to FATA instead of introducing The Tribal Areas Rewaj Bill, 2017. However they said Bill was deferred with the recommendation that next meeting of the Committee would be convened very soon on one point agenda “The Tribal Areas Rewaj Bill, 2017” in order to finalize the said Bill.
It also considered the “Rulers of Acceding States (Abolition of privy purses and Privileges) Bill, 2017” and approved unanimously with certain amendments.
The meeting was also attended by M. Nazir Khan, M. Kamal Malik, Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, Mr. Bilal Rehman, Bismillah Khan, Ms. Shahida Akhtar Ali, Sajid Hussain Turi, Shahab ud Din Khan, Al Haj Shah Jee Gul Afridi MNAs and Kamran Murtaza ex-Senator and Minister for States and Frontier Regions and Officers/Officials of the Ministry.



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