CM committed to fight for rights of province


Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has expressed firm resolve to undertake every measure and fight for the rights of the province, especially the people of Erstwhile FATA, adding that the sorry state of affairs of the incumbent Federal government is highly reprehensible, especially when the tribal belt was recently merged into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ending decades of exploitation of the tribal people.

However, the indifferent and step motherly treatment by the incumbent federal cabinet, for the sake of immoral politics, has raised serious doubts and is tantamount to usurping the share of the province.

While addressing a joining ceremony at the Chief Ministers House in Peshawar, in which Village Council Chairmen from North Waziristan announced joining Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Chief Minister Mahmood Khan stated that Rs 12 Billion transfers on the current side and 8.5 Billion transfers on the development side are still pending on part of the Federal government for the year 2021-22. —Staff Reporter

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