BANNU: Pakistan Peoples Party has a long-standing relation with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), said PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari during a rally on Saturday.While addressing the public in Bannu, Bilawal said it was PPP founder Zulfikar Ali Bhutto who had announced to demolish the Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR)from Malakand Division during his speech there. He added the brave people of KP have been fighting for a long time as the valley of fragrance has been turned into one of blood. To solve the issues of KP a court is needed that could impart justice, the PPP chairperson said.“We need a police force that people could trust and institutes that ensure rule of law,” he added. “I trust our police be it of KP, Punjab, Balochistan or Sindh as they all have made sacrifices and fought terrorists with valour.”Bilawal said police was the country’s frontline, which ought to be strengthened on the whole as every street cannot have a soldier deployed. Speaking about war against terrorism, Bilawal said it was his party that brought together the entire Parliament and united people for the sake of sustainable peace in Swat that was taken over by terrorists soon after Benazir Bhutto’s martyrdom.The PPP chairperson also claimed of repatriating the nearly 2.5 million internally displaced persons to their native areas within three months. Bilawal said that the time had come to show the province’s ruling party that the public had seen its real face. He stressed that the public was not concerned about why political leaders were disqualified from public office. The PPP chief was referring to PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif’s questions about his disqualification following the July 28 Panama verdict by the Supreme Court. “The people just want their problems to be solved. The people just want roti (food), kapra (clothing), and makan (shelter),” Bilawal said. Bilawal is flanked by other party leaders such as Anwar Saifullah Khan, Sher Azam Wazir, Humayun Khan, Senator Rubina Khalid and Faisal Kundi.Party supporters from different areas have come to Bannu to attend the rally and show their support for their leader. As many as 400 police officers have been deployed for security purposes.