Chief Minister Ameer Haider Khan Hoti distributing relief cheques amongst
Peshawar: Chief Minister Ameer Haidar Khan Hoti has said his government will continue
supporting the families affected badly due to terrorism irrespective of less
financial resources and challenges to the economy of the province adding that
increase in compensation from one lakh to three lakh rupees of those died due to
terrorism reflect this spirit of the government. He said this while distributing
compensation cheques among affected families of District Lower Dir. The chief
minister distributed the cheques among the legal heirs Qazi Habib-ur-Rahman,
Alam Zeb Khan, Mehmood Khan Chinargai and Haji Mohammad Nazim of Lower Dir’s
Shuhadas, in presence of Provincial Minister Hidayat Ullah, MPA Zamin
Khan and DCO.
The chief minister said people of Malakand Division by assisting the
government not only rendered sacrifices of lives and property but also left
their homes for the elimination of terrorists adding that the whole nation will
always remained thankful to them for this. He assured that the government will
try its best for providing government jobs to the children of Shuhadas.
Meanwhile, talking to a delegation of Nowshehra, the chief minister said the
government believes in equal development of all the areas and the MPAs have been
provided with funds on equality basis adding that priority has been given to
local and collective problems because welfare and interests of maximum number of
people rest with solutions to collective problems. Members of the delegation
included Zar Ali and Israr Khattak. Provincial Minister for Information Mian
Iftekhar Hussain was also present on the occasion.
Earlier talking to seven members delegation of Secretariat Services Association,
the chief minister said officers of all services plays the role of back bone in
Provincial Administrative Machinery adding that the role of officers in solution
to public problems according to their aspirations and good governance is of
prime importance. Members of the delegation included; Sajid Khan Jadoon, Ashfaq
Khan, Syed Akhtar Hussain, Raja Saad Khan, Shahid Sohail and Farah Saqlain.
Delegation of the Association apprised the chief minister about their problems
and the administrative structure of the association.
The chief minister said there is a need of collective efforts for the solution
of public problems and the challenges they are facing and lauded the efforts of
the officers of provincial services in formulation of government policies and
its implementation. All the members of the delegation assured the chief minister
for their full support and thanked him for humble listening to their objectives.