| GEO Pakistan|
| NWFP CM says terrorists have no more say|
| Updated at: 1817 PST, Tuesday, June 30, 2009|
PESHAWAR: The chief Minister of NWFP Amir Hyder Khan Hoti Tuesday said the extremists enjoy no more sway in the troubled area and are fleeing from there.
Addressing a ceremony held at Frontier House Peshawar here for distribution of relief checques among lawyers of Swat, he said the situation in Swat is improving and the IDPs will very soon make their way back home.
Terrorists wanted to split the country, Hyder Khan said adding the people who raised the arms in the name of Islam, are fleeing with their beards shaved off.
NWFP Chief Minister said Nizam-e-Adal was not the demand of Fazlullah and Maulana Sufi Muhammed; instead, it is being introduced on the peopleís demand.
The terrorists are enemy to Islam and Pakhtoons and reconciliation with them is out of question, he added.