FATA Lawyers Forum Call to Action on High Court Extension to FATA (June 2013, English)

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  • 1. A Short MessageDear Friends,Historically, the 7 agencies and 6 frontier regions—associated with the name ofFATA—have enjoyed a glorious past in terms of freedom of movement and inopposition to the imperialism of the East India Company. Following independence,FATA citizens became known as the “tribal people of no go area” and FATA wasdeclared part of Pakistan as per Article 1 of 1973 constitution.But thanks to Article 247, the citizens of FATA are being deprived of their basic humanrights, rule of law, justice and administration equal to what other Pakistanis enjoy. Forthis reason, forces from all over the world are focusing on FATA. The chaos there isgrowing each day and has become a security risk for all of Pakistan. Therefore, theFATA Lawyers Forum has initiated a struggle entitled: Rule of Law in FATA.We appeal to the brave and patriotic lawyers of this country. Just as we have struggledfor the independence of the judiciary and succeeded without fear of death, now againwe must struggle again for the sake of 10 million FATA citizens. The judiciary mustbe extended to FATA. The 65-year-old bureaucratic mind set must be eliminated andthe enforcement of law and justice must be ensured. We are deeply thankful to alllawyers for making this movement a success.We have saved the judiciaryWe will save FATAJoin usFATA Lawyer’s Forum (FLF)June 2013