PTI government struggling for a corruption free society: Governor-KP


PESHAWAR: Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Shah Farman on Wednesday said that corruption has corrosive impacts on growth and business operations, adding that it also affects inequality and income distribution.

He said that practices of corruption are destructive in all its forms, including the moral level but it has proved to be a major obstacle to the development of our country since the day of independence.

He expressed these views in a message on the occasion of World Anti-Corruption Day.

Governor Shah Farman said that the present government was committed to cleansing the society from corruption and moving the country on the path of development and prosperity from day one keeping in view the concept of state of Madinah.

To achieve this goal, the services of the individual, society and the youth have been spared, leaving no stone unturned to expose the corrupt people in the society and to eradicate corruption at all levels, he said.

According to the view, corruption in any form is not acceptable at all and it is strictly prohibited to ensure that human rights are enjoyed by all.

The Governor said that our commitment was to ensure transparency, accountability and rule of law in the country so that effective fight against corruption could be fought and good governance could be ensured in the country.

Building a corruption-free society requires the rule of law in all areas of life.

In his message, the Governor appealed to the people to support the government and national institutions for the complete eradication of the scourge of corruption from the country and for a prosperous and prosperous Pakistan.

Reported By:
Javed Khan