PTI government is trying to bring a positive change in the prevailing system, CM


Peshawar: The Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has said that PTI led coalition government was trying to bring a positive change in the prevailing system and to reform the institutions to make it strong to provide standard civic facilities to the people.

This he said while addressing a public gathering at Azakhel Payan district Nowshera on Friday. Provincial Minister Mian Jamshed Uddin KakaKhel, MNA Dr. Imran Khattak, District Nazim Liaqat Khattak and elected local representatives were present on the occasion.

The Chief Minister said that people had voted PTI only to change the system and that is why the present government had strived for reformation of institutions in the first two years of its tenure. He said that developed countries had made their institutions strong and stable and that is why they were attained the goal of progress and prosperity.

The Chief Minister said that reformation of the system was more important than developmental activities. He went on to say that the present government had abolished all sort of interference in the affairs of the institutions to make it service oriented.

He informed that the government had taken steps for elimination of injustice, corruption to ensure merit and supremacy of law. He elaborated that the provincial government had made record legislation for transformation of the system which he said was acknowledged by the independent institutions also.

He said that the provincial government had faced tough time in streamlining of the institutions and betterment of the system. He said that availability of staff was focused in health and educational institution to provide better services to the masses.

He asked the elected representatives to keep a vigilant eye over developmental activities in their respective areas to ensure judicious use of resources. Tehsil Nazim RazaUllah, District Member Malik Khan Bashar, Khair-uz-Zaman, Muslim Khan, Haji Mamraiz Khan and Zahid anwar also addressed the public gathering.