TANK - The Fata Ad-hock Lecturers Association demanded of the government to regularise the services of Fata lecturers working across different colleges of Federally Administered Areas since 2011.

They warned to launch a protest demonstration movement if the competent authorities were failed to fulfill their demands, a press issued here on Monday. President Fata Adhoc Lecturers’ Association Amjid Jehangir Mahsood said that over three hundred lecturers in different subjects were appointed in 2011 on ad- hoc basis but, adding unfortunately were replaced by the direct selection of Public Service Commission.

He deplored that sacking of the ad hoc lecturers was not only an unjust action rather but it also added to the miseries of jobless youths of war-hit regions of the country and adding, were faced with a host of other socio-economic problems, he said.

He called upon the government to sympathetically reconsider their case in the interest of loyal tribesmen who were sacrificing for the solidarity and dignity of the nation and country.

Inayatullah Mahsood, Ameer Husain, Muhammad Hanif, Asmatullah and dozens of the other tribal elders were also present on this occasion.

Meanwhile, the dead body of one of the four kidnapped persons was recovered in lower tehsil of Orakzai Agency on Monday.

According to details, a group of unknown armed men have kidnapped at least four persons a week before from Laghrai village of Stori Khel area. Those who have been kidnapped were indentified Iran Gul, Zaidullah, Sher Awan and Noor Wali.

However, on Monday, dead body of one of the kidnapped Asher Awan was recovered from Khwa Darra. Besides the dead body, a letter was also found near the body in which, it has been written that those who were spying and are pro-government would face the same fate.