CM KP Pervaiz Khattak activities (March 8, 2014)
PTI City Delegation meets CM
A delegation of PTI Peshawar city headed by Gul Badshah called on Chief Minister, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pervez Khattak here in Chief Minister’s Secretariat. Besides, some problems of the residents of Peshawar, the delegation also gave suggestions and recommendations for accelerating the pace of work of development schemes. PTI Provincial President Azam Swati and General Secretary Khalid Masood were also present on this occasion. The delegation while appreciating the effective role of chief minister for abolition of corruption according to the vision of PTI Chief Imran Khan and implementation of the agenda of change assured full cooperation to him. They also told the chief minister regarding successful implementation and services of Insaf Volunteers and workers in this regard.
Commending the leading role of PTI workers of Peshawar in implementing the important programme like Sehat Ka Insaf the Chief Minister said that they had proved that though PTI is a new political party, but the political awareness and discipline of its workers is better and exemplary from that of other political parties and with the passage of time it is witnessing further improvement. He said that this unique quality has been accepted by all, saying his party workers do not believe in the politics of plots and permits, which was the tradition of the governments of the past and were used to be looked after as white elephants nourished on public exchequer. He said that the people fed up of political gratitude had voted PTI into power and if we also failed in accomplishing the agenda of change as per vision of Imran Khan and party manifesto then our fate will not be different from other political parties.He said that the time had arrived that for the accomplishment of this goal, the party workers should set aside their internal differences to join hands for the achievement of 100 per cent results.
The Chief Minister urged the party workers to serve the people with a spirit of service and hold such kind of contacts and meetings with party leaders and members of the national and provincial assemblies concerned on regular basis, which he said is a basic pre-requisite for political education, training and discipline. He said it beside highlighting the problems of the province and guaranteeing its redressal will also promote mutual love and harmony among the party workers. He assured that the provincial government in this regard will play its role in efficient manner and in light of the public mandate will leave no stone unturned in the elimination of corruption from society and officialdom. Similarly, he said transparent and judicious utilization of development funds will also be guaranteed.
Pervez Khattak said that besides Peshawar, the pace of development process is being accelerated throughout the province and small and medium mega schemes have also been initiated. Talking about health, cleanliness and drinking water facilities in the city, he said though maximum improvement has been witnessed, but for getting more better results most of the responsibilities of municipal corporation on pattern of developed countries are being handed to a separate company, which will bring 100 per cent improvement in the situation. Furthermore, he said work on Green and Clean Peshawar Project is also in progress and we are hopeful that in the current spring greenery and flowers will be sighted on the highways and parks of the city, which will get phase-wise growth.
The Chief Minister urged the party workers to besides keeping close contact with the people, they also dispatch their problems to complaint cell and also cooperate in their redressal. For this purpose, he said besides Chief Minister’s Secretariat, complaint cells have also been established at district administration and departments’ levels while directives have also been issued to the party for establishment of complaint cells at provincial and divisional levels. He assured the resolution of education, health, drinking water and cleanliness problems in the city on priority basis and in this regard issued on spot directives to concerned authorities.
CM Announces Rs.100 million aid for Thar drought affectees
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has expressed immense sorrow over the calamity of drought in thar area of Sindh province wherein incidence of death of so many children occurred and people were still suffering from food deficiency. The Chief Minister expressed sympathy and integrity with the people and govt of Sindh on this natural calamity and has announced Rs.100 million assistance for the affectees wherein food items would be supplied to the affected areas. The items will include rice, wheat flour, pulses, sugar, tea, cooking oil, dates, salt, mineral water, basic foods formulae and medicine of children.
The Chief Minister has asked to purchase all these items from local market of Mirpur and supply it to the affected areas by tomorrow along with an efficient team led by DG of PDMA so that it could be distributed as soon as possible among the children and people starving from food deficiency. He instructed Secretary Relief Aurangzeb Khan for an early action in this regard.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has expressed profound grief and sorrow on demise of the mother of Syed Asad Ali Shah, Senior Sub Editor Daily jang Peshawar who breathed her last the other day . He also condoled on the death of father of senior journalist of Takht Bhai Malik Rehman Wazir. Pervez Khattak in his separate condolence messages expressed heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved families and prayed for the eternal peace of the departed souls.
Imran Khan expresses dismay over appalling situation of Sindhis at Tharparker
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has expressed dismay over the plight of people of Tharparker, Sindh and condemned the criminal neglect of local administration and provincial government.
Taking note of mounting deaths of appalling population, especially the children and infants who suffer from pneumonia and malnutrition, Chairman PTI has said that provincial government’s indifference has dragged masses to the prevailing critical situation.
The plight, according to him is the classic depiction of rulers’ feudalistic mindset as they continue to enjoy festivities in the name of promoting culture while the poor are being left alone to bear hunger and death.
He pointed out that PPP’s provincial government has completely failed to deliver as people continue to die at the hands of terrors in urban Sindh and to be overwhelmed by hunger in the rural areas of the province.
Demanding stern action against the culprits of emerging human tragedy in the area, Chairman PTI has pressed the authorities for the immediate supply of food and medicines for bereaved population besieged by dearth of food and livelihood.
Chairman Imran Khan uses private not public means for travelling: PTI Central Media Cell
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has refuted incorrect information disseminated by PML-N member from Abbottabad in the KPK assembly, as reported in a faction of media, pertaining to the use of choppers by Chairman PTI Imran Khan and CM KPK Pervez Khattak.
PTI's Central Media Cell (CMC), though its handout has contradicted the claim of PML-N legislator and termed it completely misleading, incorrect and deliberate effort to deviate from reality and truthfulness.
It has further clarified that Chairman PTI is habitual of using private means for travelling all across the country. He, according to the CMC’s communiqué, did the same for reaching out Havelian and flew through his privately managed and maintained copter. so no public money was involved and hence anxiety in this regard is absolutely meaningless, according to CMC. In addition, it had also been clarified that Chairman PTI did not travel with the CM KPK as he took off from Islamabad to reach Havelian.
"Therefore, we reject the accusing statement of PML-N MPA and find it a condemnable move designed to gain cheap political mileage through incorrect and speculative assertions", the CMC handout reads.
It also called upon the newspaper to counter check the facts before including them into any of its writings or news stories. "Had the anomaly been avoided if the journalist compiling the news would have bothered to approach us for facts that were simple verifiable and easy to investigate", the CMC notes.
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