PTI helps break the ice for Tribal females
By Fauzee Khan Mohmand
GHALANAI, May 28: A young woman belonged to South Waziristan Agency Aeisha Gulalai vice president of Pakistan Tehreek Insaf become youngest Member of National Assembly on special women seat belonged to tribal area.
She told that there was no representation for FATA women in the parliament while tribal areas have talented women.
“After becoming MNA she will struggle to starts dialogue for peace process in the area keeping all the stakeholders in trust” she said.
“PTI chief Imran Khan has proved the slogans of changed and for the first time he selected a tribal women on special seat belonged to South Waziristan agency which is real changed in the history of country” Aeisha said.
She said that she wants to aware tribal women through education and to motivate for resolution basic issues.
Aiesha told that world consider FATA as terrorists and extremists, in fact tribal’s are talented and peace loving peoples and now they goes to the parliament of Pakistan.
She also told that FATA should become a separate province and there will be Local Government system so that powers should be transferred to the grass roots level of the society.
She said that in the parliament she will raise the points on vocational trainings, economic growth, political activities among women, and journalism and sports activities in the area in the limits of tribal and Islamic law.
Aiesha told that we have losses of 80 billion dollars in the war on terror till now, but we want peace through a grand jirga in which all the relevant stakeholders participates and search out the solution for peace only through dialogue.
Aiesha Gulalai told that she wants to set up Universities, Medical Colleges, vocational centers, Adult Literacy centers in each tribal agency.
She said that students’ national and international scholarships will be increased and she will meet the FATA Parliamentarians soon.
“The government should announce education emergency in militancy hits tribal area, because only through education we can restore peace in the area” said Aiesha Gulalai.