PESHAWAR: A two-day Qaumi Aman Jirga (peace jirga) has ended here on Wednesday in which it was announced that foreign forces must leave Afghanistan.
The jirga also said that a way of reconciliation should be sought and operation should be ended in Fata for durable peace.
It also said that withdrawal of foreign forces and non-interference were essential measures to establish lasting peace in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
It should be mentioned here that no leader of any political party participated in the jirga while PTI, PPP Sherpao and Pakhtunkhwa Mili Awami Party had boycotted the event.
Awami National Party (ANP) leader Afrasiyab Khattak agreed with the announcements made in the jirga saying that all must take efforts for long term peace in the region.
Afghan officials attending the jirga raised voice for protection and facilities for Afghan refugees and.
In the end the jirga said that a committee will be made to pave a way for peace between the two countries. Afzal Khan Lala will be the head the committee. SAMAA