CM sets KP on development track, says Barrister Saif


Special Assistant to Chief Minister on Information and Public Relations Barrister Muhammad Ali Saif has said that Chief Minister Mahmood Khan set the province on the track of development and initiated uplift projects which have a direct impact on people’s lives.
He accused the federal government of ‘ politicizing the agenda of development’ and provincial affairs of the province.
Barrister Saif alleged that the ‘imported’ government wanted to derail the progress made by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government so far development and divert people’s direction from the corruption cases filed against the leadership of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM).
The leadership of PDM is running away from snap polls and has observed pin drop silence over the dues of the province, he added and said that Rana Sanaullah did not occur single words about the KP funds withheld by the centre and other payments pending to federal government.
In a statement issued from his office, Barrister Muhammad Ali Saif said that Chief Minister Mehmood Khan is leading KP in an efficient manner.
Mahmood Khan has steered the province in the right direction.
He added that federal government should refrain from politics on the issues of KP, adding that the rhetoric on terrorism rise in the province was a failed attempt to divert attention from corruption cases.
“PDM is also looking for delaying tactics and excuses to run away from the early and transparent elections, but they will not succeed,” he said.
Special Assistant in response to Rana Sanaullah’s statement, said that Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah was playing politics on the law and order situation and making unnecessary rhetoric.
Centre should pay dues of the province as soon as possible which would be utilized for increasing the capacity of the police and other law enforcement agencies to combat terrorism in a better way, he added.
KP police have rendered unprecedented sacrifices in maintaining law and order situation and facing the challenges of terrorism, he added.