Public-friendly policies have put KP on track of development: Mahmood

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Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has stated that public-friendly policies, sincere leadership and investment in human capital by the incumbent provincial government have set the province on track for development.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province will not only play a greater role in the national economy but will also become a role model for the establishment of an Islamic welfare state in the near future.

The government has adopted a comprehensive strategy for uniform development of the province to ensure long-term and sustainable development.

In a statement issued from the Chief Ministers secretariat, Mahmood Khan maintained that despite daunting challenges, the incumbent provincial government made the merger of the tribal districts a success story and has launched a comprehensive development strategy to compensate for the decades of exploitation of the tribal people.

However, the stoppage of development funds and other budgeted transfers by the incumbent federal cabinet has raised serious concerns and fears of continued exploitation have resurfaced among the people of the merged districts.

The Chief Minister said that we can never be successful without uniform development of the entire province, for which investment in every district and sector is indispensable. Short-term measures are imperative to provide immediate relief to the people, which are a permanent part of the provincial government’s strategy.

However, long-term planning is essential for all time solution of basic issues and sustainable development. The incumbent provincial government has adopted long-term initiatives in all sectors which are yielding positive results, adding that the PTI government has developed tourism as an industry due to which Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has become a tourist destination not only for domestic but also for international tourists, which will play a key role in strengthening the country’s economy in the near future.

 

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