Babak suggests for ‘Provincial Autonomy’ to get out of economic crisis


Parliamentary Leader in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly of the Awami National Party Sardar Hussain Babak on Saturday suggested that the country could not get out of the economic crisis without ensuring provincial autonomy.

Talking to journalists, Sardar Hussain Babak said that the supremacy of constitution and parliament, giving constitutional rights to provinces, best friendly and fraternal relations with neighbors, freedom of expression, guarantee of protection of human rights, independent judiciary and independent election commission are the steps to get the people out of the quagmire of problems.

He said, ANP has a long history of sacrifices to ensure supremacy of the constitution and rule of law. —APP


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