| GEO Pakistan|
| Significance of NAR ‘not lost’ yet, says Hoti|
| Updated at: 0254 PST, Tuesday, June 23, 2009|
PESHAWAR: The Chief Minister NWFP Ameer Haider Khan Hoti has said the Nizam-e-Adl Regulation (NAR) has not lost it credibility as yet even after the failure of many peace pacts in NWFP.
Addressing an Upper Dir’s Jirga here, Hoti said the provision of peace is a dream, which will come true following the restoration of judicial system and civil administration here.
The imposition of NAR was pledged to the people of Malakand Division instead of any individual group or person like Sufi Muhammad which will come true at all costs.
“The nefarious designs of militants have been unveiled before people and now our nation have risen to counter them”, he asserted adding, “International groups will estimate the damages caused by terrorism in Malakand Divisions”.
He announced the increase in the number of police troops in Division while their risk allowance will also be doubled soon.