Govt asked to rehabilitate infrastructure in Bara

Bara – Political leaders and elders have asked the government to start rehabilitation of educational institutions and survey of the destroyed homes of Sipah tribe in the Bara tehsil of the Khyber tribal district.

They said the government had already allocated amount for the destroyed schools and homes in Bara subdivision. Talking to reporters, PTI leader Gul Madar Afridi and others said that the government should focus on educational institutions and rehabilitation of the temporally displaced people (TDPs) of Sipah tribe.

He said the government had approved fund to rebuild the educational institutions, including high schools, primary schools for boys and girls. Gul Madar Afridi urged the government to start work on the reconstruction of schools as soon as possible.

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