Staff Reporter Peshawar
Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan on Thursday paid a day long visit to district Tor Ghar where he performed ground breaking of multiple development projects and addressed a public gathering.
The chief minister laid foundation stone of Rescue 1122 building to be completed at a cost of Rs. 60 million.
He also performed ground breaking of 9 km long Goryard to Danda Japeet road and 11 km long Shagai to Kalish road which would be completed at a cost of Rs.185 million. Similarly, he inaugurated a project to supply electricity to Mada Khel area of district TOR Ghar.
The project has been completed at a cost of Rs. 120 million. The chief minister also visited the martyr’s monument in Police Line Jadba and laid a floral wreath at the monument.
During his visit, the chief minister also condoled with the bereaved families of Jatka incident in which 12 precious lives were lost.
Later on addressing the public gathering at Tor Ghar, Mahmood Khan announced a number of development projects for the district.
He announced a special developmental package worth Rs.300 million for the construction of approach roads, water supply schemes and other development projects in the area.
He assured for immediate operationalization of NADRA and Passport offices in Tor Ghar and directed the Deputy Commissioner to present details of all the crucial issues of the district so that they could be resolved as soon as possible. He said that all the problems of district Tor Ghar would be resolved on priority.