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The current study was formulated to investigate inequalities of legal and political rights that affect female quality of life in Federally Administrated Tribal Area (FATA). A sample of 279 was randomly selected for data collection through interview schedule from the respondents belonging to four villages of Kurram Agency. Statistical tool (Chi- Square Test) was used to measure the association between dependent and independent variable. The results reported a significant association between tribal female deprived from legal and political rights (P=0.000), constitutional rights have not been given due to Frontier Crime Regulation FCR (P=0.002), tribal representatives do not making legislation for protection of female rights (P= 0.002), Frontier Crime Regulation (FCR) system is responsible for low female quality of life in FATA (P =0.000), Pakistan government having weak control over tribal affairs which affect female quality of life (P =0.000), FATA do, not come under the jurisdiction of Pakistan supreme court and high court (P =0.000) with female quality of life. The study recommends that female quality of life in FATA can be improve by providing constitutional rights, discouraging all norms on the basis of patriarchy and misinterpretation of religion.