Charsadda/Mardan: Chief Minister Ameer Haidar Khan Hoti visited Charsadda and met
Awami National Party’s district President Khalid Khan and other office bearers at ANP District
Office. Political Secretary to Chief Minister Syed Masom Shah Bacha
also accompanied the chief minister on the occasion. The Chief Minister
discussed matters related to progress on developmental projects in Charsadda and
other party matters with party office bearers.
CM Ameer Haider Khan Hoti said: “The realization of projects for development of
Charsadda and welfare of the people will not only eradicate decades long
backwardness but will also assure provision of fruits of development in
secondary and higher education, health, clean drinking water, sports and culture
and social services sectors to common man.” He directed the concerned
authorities for fulfillment of immediate needs of Charsadda hospital from the
available funds of the hospital. He stressed the local leaders and workers of
the party for supervision of work speed and quality of developmental projects
and point out any deficiency in this regard in order to complete people welfare
projects according to their aspirations. Party office bearers thanked the chief
minister for visiting the party District Office.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Ameer Haider Khan Hoti visited Govt. Higher
Secondary School Manga upon his short visit to Mardan. The Chief Minister
visited various class rooms including science room and talk intimately to the
students. He inquired the students about academic needs and other facilities. He
immediately directed for overcome of teachers’ deficiency in the school. He
approved provision of furniture, construction of six additional rooms and play
ground for the school. He stressed the students for directing their attention
towards seeking knowledge and work hard for better results of the institute.
Acting Principal of the school, Niaz Muhammad apprised the Chief Minister about
performance, needs and attendance of teachers and students.
District Nazim Himayat Mayar, Commissioner Mardan and DIG were also present
on the occasion. The Chief Minister talked with the students about their
curricular and extra-curricular activities. One student of class 6th directed
the attention of the Chief Minister towards greater number of students in class
and small number of class rooms. The Chief Minister pat the student and directed
for construction of additional class rooms. He assured the students and teachers
that Scarcity of resource will not hinder in provision of requisite facilities.
However, he expressed the need of assurance of attendances on the part of
students and teachers and utilization of capacities for imparting and learning