PESHAWAR: Special Assistant to Chief Minister and Joint Secretary ANP Pakhtunkhwa Mukhtiar Ali Khan Advocate said that Awami National Party has achieved fifty percent success in its electoral commitments during first 100 days of its government.

The ANP had contested the February elections on four points i.e. provincial autonomy, rights over the resources generated in the province, renaming of the province and anti Kalabagh dam stance.

Talking to local reporters at his native district Swabi, JS of ANP said the ruling coalition government has scrapped the Kala Bagh Dam project forever and included 'Pukhtoonkhwa' in the proposed constitutional package. Similarly it was also holding successful talks with the local Talebs to curb the insurgency, he said, adding the efforts of our Government would help establish peace in the region.

For Provincial rights, he said the government's efforts were continuing and would not hesitate to leave the government if it felt any problem in this regard. He clarified that ANP will never act in a manner that goes against their basic manifesto.

To a question he said, the provincial government has taken various measures to overcome flour crises and denied the impression flour was being smuggled out to Afghanistan. In reply to a question, Mukhtiar Ali Khan said, the MMA had comet to power on point agenda i.e. Nifaz e Shariat which it failed to fulfill in the last five years.