Islamabad. November 27 (APP): Federal Minister for Overseas Pakistanis Development and Human Resources Sajid Hussain Turi visited Pak-Afghan border in Kharlachi and Borki areas of Kurram district on Sunday, where the border officials briefed him on the border situation. .
In the bilateral talks, it was decided to open the Pak-Afghan border for trade and traffic. The federal minister was accompanied by tribal elders, members of Anjuman Hussaini and Tehreek Hussaini, district administration officials, law enforcement agencies and border force officials. were also present.
On the border, Federal Minister Sajid Hussain Tori led a jirga between the tribal chiefs of both sides and agreed to resolve all disputes and differences through bilateral talks. Before visiting the Pak-Afghan border, the federal minister visited Kurram District. A jirga was held with the elders of Tori, Bangash and other tribes of Karam, Anjuman Hussaini and Tehreek Hussaini in the Deputy Commissioner's office. Where all the issues related to the recent clashes on the border were discussed.
Addressing the Jirga, Federal Minister Sajid Hussain Tori said that due to war and terrorism, people on both sides of the border have suffered irreparable losses and now the time has come for both countries to play their part in establishing peace and stability. pay
He appreciated the tireless efforts of the security forces, district administration and the members of the bilateral Jirga. Talking to the Afghan tribal elders, Sajid Hussain Turi said that the tribes on both sides of the border are brothers and the land disputes between the two should be resolved bilaterally. should be resolved through Jirga to ensure peace and strengthen brotherly and friendly relations between the two neighbours.
He said that earlier we had held jirgas and negotiations with the Afghan government on the land dispute, which needed to be carried forward. Ask if any help is needed in this regard.
Tribal elders from both sides appreciated the visit of Federal Minister Sajid Hussain Tori to Pak-Afghan border and appreciated his efforts for peace in the region. He said the re-opening of the border for both trade and movement has sent a wave of joy to people on both sides that will strengthen peace efforts.