Peshawar: Chief minister of Pakhtunkhwa Ameer Haider Khan Hoti has said that the provincial government was working on evolving target and demand-based developmental strategy, keeping in view the problems of Pakhtunkhwa dwellers.
“We are endeavoring to bring the available resources under their best utilization in order to provide more and more relief to the common man,” Hoti said while talking to various delegations from different parts of the province, who called on him at his office on Wednesday.
The chief minister expressed the hope that their sincere efforts for the well being of the masses would start yielding results after the next year’s budget, saying they would never let the people lose confidence in their government.
“The people had great expectations with the incumbent provincial government and we can feel that. But the issues of price-hike, load-shedding and insecurity are inherited from the previous regime,” Hoti said.
He said the administrative measures being taken for prevention of flour smuggling and timely and stern action against hoarders and profiteers contributed greatly towards bringing normalcy to the market situation.
Ameer Haider Khan told the delegations that his government would go all-out to ensure protection to the lives and properties of the people, adding their efforts for peace and security would continue without any break.
He said his government will not terminate peace talks and will continue to work towards this end till resolving the matter for once and all.
“We need the cooperation of every individual living on this soil, as it is not the government to meet all the challenges alone,” Hoti added.
The chief minister listened to the problems of the delegations and assured them full support on behalf of his government in their respective areas. They also expressed their full confidence in the leadership of Ameer Haider Khan Hoti assured his government unflinching support in its endeavors for the development and prosperity of the province.