Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan on Thursday decided to setup Climate Resilient Infrastructure Fund which would be utilized for building climate resilient infrastructure in the province.
The decision was taken in a meeting presided over by the Chief Minister to discuss Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Flood Response Plan 2022.
The meeting decided that rehabilitation process would be monitored at the district, department and provincial levels.
The meeting was informed that due to recent flood, the public sector suffered a loss of 77.6 billion rupees while the private sector suffered a loss of 42.5 billion rupees.
The restoration of destroyed houses will cost 23.78 billion rupees, the recent floods damaged crops covering an area of 17000 acres, the meeting was told.
Meanwhile Commissioner Kohat division Mehmood Aslam Wazir on Thursday directed heads of all public service departments to ensure redressal of public complaints and grievances on priority basis.
In an informal chat with public servants during a surprise visit to Service Delivery Centre here, he said that the government employees should perform their duties with honesty and dedication and prove themselves as well wishers and public servants in true sense.
On the occasion the Commissioner met with general public present at the delivery centre and asked about their problems and issued directives to the concerned officials on the spot.
Later, the Commissioner visited Sabzi Mandi and checked rates of vegetables and fruits. He directed district administration to provide relief to the masses by taking action against profiteering and hoarding.