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Different sects Ulama visit North Waziristan

Pakistan army officials briefed Ulama in North Waziristan, who were coming from different religious school of thoughts.

Miranshah — Coming from different sects, a delegation of religious scholars (Ulama) visited North Waziristan Tribal District (NWTD) on Thursday where local “Ulama” joined them and later Pak army authorities briefed them.

Major General Mumtaz Hussain, General Officer Commanding (GOC) 7 Division of Pakistan Army, briefed the group of scholars about the peace and security situation in NWTD and overall development after the military offensive Zarb-e-Azb.

The ‘Ulama’ including Dr. Qibla Ayaz, Allama Amin Shaheedi, Allama Arif Hussain Wahidi, Muhammad Yasin Zafar, Maulana Ahmad Ludhianvi, Mufti Abdul Raheem and six others were visiting NWTD coming from different parts of the country.

Maulana Sabirullah, Qari Roman and Maulana Abu Rizwan were among the local ‘Ulama’ who welcomed the delegation and joined for further visit.

Local tribal elders also met the scholars-group and discussed the overall situation in the tribal district after Zarb-e-Azb.


The group appreciated Pak army’s efforts towards peace and the development established in NWTD. The Ulama also met the NWTD Deputy Commissioner Abdul Nasir and discussed new administrative setup after Fata’-KP merger.

DC Abul Nasir briefed them about the repatriation process of the Internally Displace Persons (IDPs).

Later, the delegation drove through Miranshah city and Mir Ali, witnessed Sarbankai Model Village, Miranshah bus stand, reconstructed market, DHQ Hospital, Army Public School, Stadium Complex and Pak Sweet Homes Orphanage.

The scholars also visited the newly developed and reconstructed local isntitutions including District Headquarter Hospital Miranshah, Stadium Complex, Sarbankai Model Village, Pak Sweet Homes (first ever orphanage in NWTD) and Army Public School, — in Miranshah and Mir Ali tehsils.

It is worth to be mentioned that Pakistan’s armed forces has completed various development project in North Waziristan after Zarb-e-Azb and return of the IDP’s to their homes.

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