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Killing of female teachers and demolition of the Girls School in FATA Condemned

Society for Rights and Development has strongly condemned the assassination of the two female teachers in Bajour Agency FATA the other day. The Executive Director SRD voiced his concern on such brutal killing of the school female teachers in FATA and other areas which have been suffering from menace of terrorism and worst militancy. He said that this region has been left backward since inception of Pakistan in 1947 and until this day this area is backward and no government has ever bothered to develop it. Militancy has been encouraged while democracy, human rights, women rights and politics have always remained as forbidden fruits. No one has right to express himself or herself. He also condemned the explosion in a girl school in other Agency, FATA namely Khyber Agency where apparently militants and terrorists blasted a girl High School and demolished more than 20 class rooms. This is 21st century and our girls need education. Terrorists destroy things and schools while we are the people who will help them build. Killing of women is the worst terrorism and killing of an innocent female teacher is tantamount to destroy the posterity and it is worst and cruelest crime. All the humanity and international community should come forward and help us save our female teachers so that we could be able to build our nation on the condition if we save our female teachers lives in this corner of the world.
Regards,
Issued by
Zar ali khan musazai
Executive Director
Society for Rights and Development
And Spokesman Tribal Development Forum (TDF)
Tdf.fata.network@gmail.com
www.societyrd.blogspot.com
+923015963337

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