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Tribal people’s issue to be resolved on priority basis: CCPO

our correspondent
PESHAWAR
CCPO Karim Khan visited the Khyber district and said that the police would spare no effort to provide protection to the local people.
The CCPO visited Khyber district and told the local elders that issues related to the tribal people would be resolved on a priority basis.
DPO Khyber Muhammad Hussain, Member National Assembly Iqbal Afridi, tribal elders and police officers were present on the occasion.
Karim Khan also inaugurated a police station in Bara tehsil.
The CCPO said that the merger of Fata was a historical move, hoping that it would usher in a new era of development and prosperity in the merged districts. During the visit, the CCPO also inaugurated the Riders Squad to maintain peace in Bara and gave eight motorcycles to it.
Karim Khan said that situation in the region will improve the situation of police and patrol in the region, along with the police against national opponents and other criminals.
The CCPO also spoke at a Khuli Katchery to learn about the problems of the tribal people.
CCPO Karim Khan was offered a traditional tribal turban.
CCPO Karim Khan highlighted geographical conditions, including integration and importance, highlighting the location of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa district, historical background and centuries of customs, addressing the participants.
The tribal people informed CCPO about various collective issues on which CCPO assured to assure all the issues on a priority basis.
The CCPO praised the tribal people’s bravery and praised their services in the fight against terrorism. He explained that the way the tribal people competed with terrorists, they are worthwhile.
He said that the way the KP police fought against terrorism was worthy of praise. He said the series of modern training has begun, after which their performance will increase further. He said the issues related to police integration in the police are being resolved on a priority basis. The tribal leaders thanked CCPO Karim Khan for his visit. The tribal leaders said that all the tribal people in Khyber have given sacrifices for peace and fought against terrorism. He expressed commitment to work together with the police and the local administration against the restoration of peace and other crime and criminals in the area.



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