Two tribes are currently engaged in ongoing fighting over a piece of land in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Kurram tribal district in Pakistan. The clashes have resulted in a total of 11 deaths so far, with two more lives lost on Tuesday. The violence began five days ago in the Boshehra Dandar area and has since spread to other areas in the district. As a result of the conflict, people in affected areas are facing shortages of food, medicine, and fuel due to road blockades. Schools have been closed, and normal life has been disrupted. Protests have been held in various cities across the country to draw attention to the tense situation in Kurram. The clashes have continued, and the death toll is updated to 11, with 67 people injured. Efforts are being made by tribal elders and authorities to halt the fighting, with ceasefire agreements in place that have been violated. Federal Minister for Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development Sajid Hussain Turi is personally involved in negotiations for a ceasefire, and armed forces are ready to be deployed to restore peace in the area. There are concerns about the lack of government response to the clashes and loss of lives, and calls have been made for immediate action to stop the violence. The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan has also expressed concern over the rising militancy and called for the government to resolve sectarian differences peacefully and restore law and order in the region.
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