Khattak wants changes in corrupt system

Peshawar—Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has said that the present government was committed to bring reforms in the society as without changing the corrupt system the nation cannot march on path of progress and prosperity. This, he said while addressing a public gathering at Noshera Kalan on Friday afternoon.
Provincial Minister Mian JamshedudDin, MNA Dr. Imran Khattak, District Nazim Liaqat Khattak, Naib Nazim Ishfaq Khattak, Tehsil Nazim Sangeen Khan and Naib Nazim Zar Alam Khan were also present on the occasion. While addressing the gathering the CM said that the provincial government was taking strides to transform the system and safeguard rights of the people.
He explained that the government under its reform agenda was committed for rehabilitation of the institutions and improvement of the system.
The CM said that his government had abolished political interference in the affairs of the institutions and have made them service oriented in the real sense. He said that interests of the exploiters were attached to the corrupt system while present government had waged a war abolishing the system based on exploitation.
The CM while referring to the reforms agenda said that attention was being given to the improvement of health and educational institutions to facilitate people with improved and quality services. He went on to say that record steps had been taken for changing Thana culture and reform of Patwar system in the province. He said that people would soon witness reform initiatives.—APP

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