ISLAMABAD: Issue of ‘revival’ of military courts failed to stirred as Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) ‘All Parties Conference’ (APC) failed to reach at a consensus on Saturday, Aaj News reported.
Addressing the media, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that his party has reservation on issue of military courts, adding that, they will clear its stance on issue after consulting with legal experts.
Chairman PPP agreed on swift implementation of FATA reforms saying that the delay will only raise the concern of tribal brethren.
Senator Farhat Ullah Babar of PPP said that his party is in favour of FATA reforms and these must be implemented in order to bring these areas in political mainstream.
Member National Assembly Shah Gull Afridi said all political parties have supported FATA reforms program and merger of the area into KPK for the stability and development of the belt.
On this occasion Jamiat Ulema Islam – F’s (JUI-F) chief, Maulana Fazalur Rehman while opposing the merger of FATA with KPK said that, the merger should be done on the will of FATA people.