PESHAWAR: Governor Khyber Haji Pakhtunkhwa Ghulam Ali on Monday said that the government would not tolerate any kind of the laziness in development projects as the infrastructures in the ex-Fata districts had already destroyed in the decads long militancy in Khyber.
The governor KP was addressing a public gathering in Bara after the inauguration ceremony of the Bara-to-Pushtakhra road.
Besides, provincial caretaker ministers including Minister for Excise and taxations Manzoor Khan Afridi, Minister for relief and rehabilitation Taj Muhammad Afridi, Minister for education Irshad Qaiser, minister for revenues Pir Haroon Shah and others were present on the occasion.
The governor said that the Bara-Peshtakhara road would cost around Rs775.00 million.He said thousands citizens would get benefit of it.
The governor said that the joblessness had been increasing day by day in Pakistan as the government’s top priority was to provide jobs and other facilities to the tribal people at their doorstep.
The governor said the security forces and tribal people had rendered matchless sacrifices for establishing peace and tranquility.
“We know the education sector completely destroyed in Bara tehsil during prolonged militancy,” governor explained, adding that these schools will be reconstructed soon
He said the government top priority to provide basic rights of health and education where the people had already suffered in military operations and militancy.
“It is our duty to provide quality of education and perform better roles to educate the tribal children,” Ghulam Ali said.He added the tribal children have already suffered in years long militancy.
He said the government would not tolerate laziness abd ignorance in developmental projects and would not allow anyone to interfere with the uplift projects.
Later, The governor announced two ambulances for Dogra hospital in Bara and Hassankhel in the Frontier Region (FR) Peshawar.