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Allama Hameed Imami holds DC Kurrum responsible for worsening conditions

Allama Hameed Imami holds DC Kurrum responsible for worsening conditions.

Shia Ulma Council KP chapter president said that Kurrum peace has remained disturbed since the day Fahad Shah took over as Deputy Commissioner Kurrum.

Allama Hameed Imami holds DC Kurrum responsible

The SUC leader Allama Imami demanded of the government to immediately removed DC Fahad Shah.

He also demanded withdrawal of FIRs against religious leaders of Parachinar forthwith.

Allama Imami cited uncalled for FIRs against Tehreek-e-Hussaini leader Allama Abid Hussain Jafari, Allama Muzzammil Hussain, Allama Syed Tajammul Hussain and other notables.

He said Deputy Commissioner Fahad Shah remains involved in mischievous activities.

Hence, he urged federal government and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister and Governor to ensure immediate removal of Fahad Shah.

The SUC leader expressed certainty that removal of DC would result in restoration of peace and normal brotherly relations between Sunni and Shia brethren.

Government inaction resulted in bloody clash in Kurrum over land dispute

On June 29, 2020, Government inaction resulted in bloody clash in Kurrum over land dispute between Parha Chakmani and Balishkhel tribes.

Both tribes clashed over a land dispute in Lower Kurrum in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The land situated in erstwhile FATA (Federally Administered Tribal Area).

Dawn reported that clashes between two tribes over a dispute on the ownership of land left five people dead and 24 injured.

The exchange of heavy fire continued on the second day, police and hospital sources said.

On Monday, Dr Mumtaz Hussain, deputy medical superintendent of district headquarters hospital in Parachinar confirmed deaths. He said five people lost lives in the clashes. Many left injured.

An official said that three of the killed people belonged to Balishkhel and two hailed from Para Chamkani.

Allama Abid Hussaini says Kurrum peace linked with Balishkhel isssue

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