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Pakistan signs peace deal with tribal elders

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By Jishpar     Mar 27, 2007 in World
Pakistan authorities and pro-Tabliban tribal elders formed together to sign a peace deal under which the latter agreed not to provide protection or shelter to foreign militants
After a week fighting between both the groups, killing 130 people and many injured the peace deal was signed in Bajaur, which is the border of Afghanistan.
"The official, Shakeel Qadir said tribal elders have agreed to help the government keep a strict watch on the movement of suspicious people at the border with Afghanistan and not tolerate people who try to disrupt peace and use the border region for subversive activities"
This is strictly signed after conforming that the tribesmen will not give shelter to militants on disturbing peace in the border region. If they find any such incidents in future which is involved in violence they would be expelled from the region in conformity with tribal customs.
This seems to be a good news . Very much fed up daily reading the news that many innocent people were killed in this fighting
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