151,833 IDPs families sent back to homes: FDMA

National151,833 IDPs families sent back to homes: FDMA

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Federally Administrated Tribal Areas (FATA) Disaster Management Authority (FDMA) in collaboration with the United Nations Agencies has registered a total of 151,833 IDPs families repatriated to their hometown in 2015.

According to a document, those IDPs returned to their towns belong to South Waziristan, Khyber, Orakzai and Kurram agencies.


Every family received Rs 25,000 cash assistance, Rs 10,000 transportation cost and food rations for six month.

Talking to APP, an official said after the completion of the third phase of the Internal Displaced Persons (IDPs) repatriation would start at the end of August.

He said 26,000 families of South Waziristan and 44,000 families of North Waziristan would be repatriated before November.

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