WANA: Drug Union South Waziristan Lower and Drug Inspector After long talks, the negotiations were successful.
The drug union decided to end the protest after 6 days and it was announced that all the stores will be opened from November 8 today.
Drug Union Lower South Waziristan cabinet members along with Drug Inspector Sibghat Ullah Wazir said while holding a press conference at District Press Club Wana.
that misunderstandings had arisen between them for the last several days, that our misunderstandings were removed.
They said, due to which the South Waziristan Lower Drug Union was in protest.
On Tuesday, with the efforts of South Waziristan Lower Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Saif Ur Rahman Wazir, successful negotiations were held between the Drug Union and Drug Inspector Sibghat Ullah Wazir.
Waziristan Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Saif Ur Rahman Wazir said in the press conference, as you know, people of our tribal areas are facing a lot of problems after FATA merger with KP.
He said, so documents are not available with the people of our area and the major medical institutions of Pakistan are located far away from us.
He said that the medical stores who have the certificate will display it on the occasion.
However, those medical stores who have applied for the license will display the license after completion.
He said that the people of Waziristan were facing a lot of difficulties due to the protest of the drug union for the last several days.
After successful negotiations, the protest was called off.
He said that the responsibilities of Drug Inspector Sibghat Ullah Wazir will be fulfilled well and drug union will support him.
Drug Union President Hazrat Ullah Wazir said that our protest will end from today, all private hospitals and medical stores will be opened.
Drug Union President Hazrat Ullah Wazir thanked Waziristan Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Saif Ur Rahman Wazir.
On the other hand Drug Inspector Sibghat Ullah Wazir said that if anyone violates roles, action will be taken against them under the Drugs Act 1976.
In which press conference Vice President Muhammad Aslam, General Secretary Muhammad Iqbal, Rahmat Ullah, Aman Ullah Wazir, Rehan Ullah Wazir, Ajab Khan, Noor Muhammad and Tehsil Shakai President Abdul Hakeem were present on this occasion.