GHALLANAI: Leaders of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal (JUI-F) FATA chapter claimed Saturday that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf with the help of foreign Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) was luring the youth of the country towards obscenity and vulgarity. Addressing the JUI-F workers convention at Madrassa Jamia Uloom Islamia in Ghallanai, party leaders including JUI-F FATA chapter chief Maulana Mufti Abdul Shakoor Bittani, Provincial leader Rafiullah Qasmi, Member National Assembly Maulana Jamaluddin, Maulana Muhammad Arif Haqqani and others urged the activists to brace themselves up for upcoming elections in 2018. They appealed to the JUI-F workers to prepare themselves to defeat the secular system in the country. The JUI-F leaders said that they would put the country on the path of prosperity and development after coming into power and establishing Islmaic Sharia system through democratic means. They said that people of Fata were not in the favour of merging the tribal region with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa but rather wanted a separate province for themselves. The speakers said that they disapprove of the recommendations suggested by the Fata Reforms Committee. The JUI-F leaders said that the merger of Fata into KP would deprive the tribespeople of seats in the senate as well as jobs and recruitments in various government departments. They vowed to clean sweep Fata during the 2018 general elections. The speakers argued that rampant corruption in the country was caused by divergence from the Islamic values as people had forgotten the teachings of Quran and prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). They maintained that the country was obtained in the name of Islam and thousands of Ulema sacrificed their lives for the homeland. They said that peace should be restored in the country particularly tribal region where law and order situation was precarious. They also appealed to the masses to join JUI-F to stop PTI from spreading vulgarity and obscenity in the country. They asked the authorities concerned to make arrangements for the respectful return of tribespeople to their hometowns who had been living a displaced life for about a decade now. They also demanded the government to announce Rs1 million as compensation for the displaced families who had lost their houses during the militancy and military operations.