Peshawar: District presidents and general secretaries of ANP discussed their
respective districts concerns with the Chief Minister Ameer Haidar Khan Hoti in
a separate meetings here at the chief minister secretariat on Tuesday.

ANP provincial president Afrasiyab Khattak, senior vice president and member
Provincial Assembly Baz Muhammad Khan, Provincial Information Secretary Arbab
Muhammad Tahir, Arbab NajeebUllah, Hameedur Rahman and Qaisar Khan were also
present on the occasion.

Chief Minister Ameer Haidar Khan Hoti has said that party discipline is
central to us and the present situations demands party associations to play
their role effectively in bringing peace to our region.

“The government is trying in solving the problems of the province according to
the available resources.” he declared.

ANP in the province, together with the coalition partners is sincerely busy in
solving the basic problems of the people of province, he added.

He assured the district members and associations of the party that their
problems will be resolved on priority basis.

However he stressed the district members to remain in close contacts with the
public in their respective districts and indicate their problems before the
government for early solution.

He expressed the resolve that we are not here to govern but to fulfill the
responsibilities of serving the people and bringing peace to the Pakhtun region.

During the meeting with the chief minister 24 districts party presidents and
general secretaries, central president Pakhtun Students Federation Basheer
Sherpao, and members of associations belong to FR and FATA were also present.

The attendees lauded the meeting with the chief minister and expressed the hope
that such norms will help in timely solution of the problems of a common man.

On the occasion the chief minister issues directives on various matters to the
concerned authorities.