Peshawar: Fata Teachers Association (FTA) on Wednesday demanded of the government to reopen all the educational institutions in tribal belt with assurance of full security to students and teachers.
In a press conference here at Peshawar Press Club, Shamshad Khan Afridi, acting president of FTA said that due to law and order situation Fata tribesmen had pushed 20 years back while the teachers of the areas were also facing with various difficulties.
He said that on last Tuesday FTA had arranged an emergency session presided over by Gulab Din Afridi in which large number of teachers of Fata and Frontier Regions (FRs) made their participation and discussed reorganization of the association including other different issues being faced by the teachers of the tribal areas.
He said that in the session it was decided that the acting president would convene a session of the FTA on 29 Jan at Jinnah Park Peshawar in which the formation of new cabinet could make ensure and other problems of the teachers.
He informed that in 1999 their association cabinet had been deactivated and since then owing to deteriorated situation the Fata teachers’ community had deprived of their cabinet.
The association-acting president said that almost 15000 both male and female teachers were performing their duties in Fata and FRs.
He demanded of the government to immediately bring into practice up gradation policy in Fata and include S.E.T, Paish Imam and laboratory assistant in the policy.