DC holds Kuli Kachehri in Landi Kotal


An open court (Khuli Kachehri) was organized under the auspices of district administration here at jirga hall on Thursday aimed to address issues being faced by the laymen at their door steps.
The Kuli Kachehri was attended by Deputy Commissioner,(DC)Khyber, Shah Fahad,Assistant Commissioner,Landi Kotal Irshad Mohmand,District Emergency Officer Syed Shoab Mansoor,Additional Assistant Commissioner(AAC)Ashrafuddin,City Mayer Haji Shah Khalid,Tehsildars,Torkham and Landi Kotal and representatives officials of almost 14 departments including public health,health,education,agriculture,livestock,C&W highway and buildings, local government TESCO ,TMA Rescue 1122 etc. councillors,tribal elders and a large number of locals participated in the moot.
Addressing on the occasion DC Shah Fahad said that the purpose of the open court was to fill up breach between the government departments and the masses besides to enhance coordination between the two.
“He assured that follow up of the presently Kuli Kacheri session will be conducted to make it fruitful and legal problems, refer to the departments will produce its result within ten days,” he remarked.
He maintained that the local administration would utilize all its energies to resolve petty issues pertaining provision of health, education and potable water on priority basis and demands beyond of their authority convoy to the concerned departments for consideration.
Lack of funds caused delay in development progress and in coming months construction works on suspended schemes would be resumed he added and said approximately 560 million rupees had been expended on beatification schemes in Khyber.
The district administrative highup urged the participants to create awareness among themselves regarding Dengue disease and adopt all necessary precautionary measures to curtail the spread of illness.
Prior to it, locals representatives like Malik Abdurrazaq,Malik Khalid Khan,Akhtar Ali,Abdurrauf Shinwari,Banaris Khan, Hakeem Khan Shinwari,special person Anwar Jamal and others appraised the DC of the long lasting problems regarding insufficient health and sanitation facilities,education,roads lack of potable water, excessive load shedding, complaints against NADRA,distribution of government quota flour,sehat card etc.
The participants also expressed their regret and said the government failed to honor the pledge made with them during merging time. At the end the dwellers thanked the DC and other officials to set up the moot to address their miseries.