Chaman: A separate lane for women has been set up on the Pak-Afghan border and work has begun on it. Setting a separate lane for women was a long-standing demand of tribal elders and political parties.
According to details, work has started on a separate road for women on the Pak-Afghan border. A 12-foot road has been fixed for women from NADRA to Bab-e-Dosti.
Leaders of political parties and tribal elders visited Bab-e-Dostii on the occasion. Setting a separate path for women was a long-standing demand of tribal elders and political parties.
Tribal elders said that according to tradition, the establishment of a separate path for women is welcome.
It may be recalled that a tent settlement was set up near the Pak-Afghan border last year where Pakistani nationals coming from Afghanistan were being quarantined.
The Pakistanis returning from Afghanistan included 17 children and 25 women, who were later relocated.