Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pervez Khattak alongwith Speaker Provincial Assembly Asad Qaiser and Minister Law, Imtiaz Shahid Qureshi, visited Kohat on Tuesday to condole the sad demise of former District President PTI Kohat late Muhammad Humayun Chacha

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pervez Khattak alongwith Speaker Provincial Assembly Asad Qaiser and Minister Law, Imtiaz Shahid Qureshi, visited Kohat on Tuesday to condole the sad demise of former District President PTI Kohat late Muhammad Humayun Chacha, who died the other day. They remained there for quite some time and offered Fateha for departed soul of the deceased.
                   Paying glowing tributes to the services of late Humayun Chacha, the Chief Minister said that he was great asset of the party and due to his death, party has been deprived of a dedicated and great person adding that the whole party was proud of him. He further said  that his services for party would be remembered for ever.
                   Talking to Media on this occasion, on a question regarding shifting of Oil Refinery from Kohat to Karak, Pervez Khattak maintained that formal decision to this effect has not yet been made and the Refinery would be established at feasible and suitable place. Regarding another question on return of Afghan Refugees, the Chief Minister said that the Federal Government has been given six months time up-to December 2016 hoping that their respectable return would be made in the coming six months accordingly.
                   Referring to the CPEC Project, the Chief Minister said that Peshawar Express Way has been included in the Federal Budget beside construction of Jhand to Kohat Road and Railway Track from Peshawar to DIKhan under the said project. He added that CPEC was a project of progress and prosperity and the whole country including Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would equally get its benefit
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister also visited the residence of District leader of PTI   Aftab Alam Afridi to condole the death of his mother-in-law and prayed for her eternal peace.

Monday, September 26, 2016

CM Gilgit-Batlistan urges all Pakistanis to celebrate GB Cultural Cap Day on 1st October

Gilgit-Batlistan Cultural Cap Day will be celebrated on the first of October. Watch CM Hafiz Hafeez UR Rehman's special message on the day.
Reported by Abdul Rehman Bukhari

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

“Peoples’ Party has drifted from its founding principles”, says defecting leader Jafar Shah

(news by pamir times)

Islamabad: Pakistan Peoples' Party has drifted away from its founding principles and the new mantra of the leaders seem to be corruption and plunder. Some of us tried to change the culture by staying within the party, but we have failed. Therefore, I have decided to join Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

This was stated by former PPP President, ex Senior Judge of GB Supreme Appellate Court and a former member of the PPP Central Executive Committee after joining PTI today. He has said that PTI is the center of hopes for the people of GB and that the people have lost hope in the corrupt and inept leaders.
Earlier he called on PTI chairman Imran Khan in Islamabad along with other regional leaders of the party.
Khan has welcomed Syed Jafar Shah's inclusion in the party.

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Record 1million tourists visit GB last year

(by sost today)—Gilgit-Baltistan has received record breaking tourists of around one million as compared to the 0.6 million last year registering a four percent increase.
Talking to APP here on Friday, Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan  Ch Muhammad Barjees Tahir said,"GB has a great potential for tourism as it has nine major peaks of the world which is main interest for the tourists". "We are taking steps to improve tourism policy and road infrastructure especially GB-Skardu road on priority basis to facilitate more tourists", he said.
He said the number of foreign tourists have exceeded from the past due to the better law and order situation.
Local festivals played an important role for attracting the foreign tourists as the government and private organizations fully participated in the festivals not only to make them successful but also promote the tourism business in Pakistan by making the northern areas as a safe heaven for the tourists.—APP

Swat Express Way will become the main artery for multiple layers of economic activities in the province. CM

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has said that Swat Express Way will become the main artery for multiple layers of economic activities in the province.
          This he said while chairing a meeting regarding Swat Express Way at CM Secretariat Peshawar. Provincial Minister for Education Muhammad Atif Khan, Advisor to CM on C&W Akbar Ayub, Chief Secretary Amjad Ali Khan, Secretary P&D, Secretary C&W, MD PKHA and other concerned authorities attended.
          CM Said, the Swat Express Way should not be seen as a road linking centered district to the northern districts alone. It will generate tourism related activities, will enhance employment opportunities in entire belt, ensure accelerated access to the northern belt of the province and ultimately, It would become a source of generating resources for the provincial economy. The meeting debated the cost, different mode of operation of construction work and total cost on the project etc.
          The Chief Minister was for the cost rationalization without comprising the quality of work. The meeting was informed about the construction cost of Rs. 35.2 billion but the total cost of Rs.38.9 with the space to reduce the total cost up to 2 to 3 billion. The expressway, in the first eight years, there will be 5% traffic growth on road. The Chief Minister directed to follow the formula of engineering council in the cost etc. He was optimistic that Swat Express Way will boost tourism in the province, it will create business activities, reduce the unemployment in the province and would contribute to the overall economy of the province, he added.

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pervez Khattak alongwith Speaker Provincial Assembly Asad Qaiser and Minister Law, Imtiaz Shahid Qureshi, visited Kohat on Tuesday to condole the sad demise of former District President PTI Kohat late Muhammad Humayun Chacha

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pervez Khattak alongwith Speaker Provincial Assembly Asad Qaiser and Minister Law, Imtiaz Shahid Qureshi, visited Kohat on Tuesday to condole the sad demise of former District President PTI Kohat late Muhammad Humayun Chacha, who died the other day. They remained there for quite some time and offered Fateha for departed soul of the deceased.
                   Paying glowing tributes to the services of late Humayun Chacha, the Chief Minister said that he was great asset of the party and due to his death, party has been deprived of a dedicated and great person adding that the whole party was proud of him. He further said  that his services for party would be remembered for ever.
                   Talking to Media on this occasion, on a question regarding shifting of Oil Refinery from Kohat to Karak, Pervez Khattak maintained that formal decision to this effect has not yet been made and the Refinery would be established at feasible and suitable place. Regarding another question on return of Afghan Refugees, the Chief Minister said that the Federal Government has been given six months time up-to December 2016 hoping that their respectable return would be made in the coming six months accordingly.
                   Referring to the CPEC Project, the Chief Minister said that Peshawar Express Way has been included in the Federal Budget beside construction of Jhand to Kohat Road and Railway Track from Peshawar to DIKhan under the said project. He added that CPEC was a project of progress and prosperity and the whole country including Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would equally get its benefit
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister also visited the residence of District leader of PTI   Aftab Alam Afridi to condole the death of his mother-in-law and prayed for her eternal peace.

Friday, September 2, 2016

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pervez Khattak alongwith Speaker Provincial Assembly Asad Qaiser and Minister Law, Imtiaz Shahid Qureshi, visited Kohat on Tuesday to condole the sad demise of former District President PTI Kohat late Muhammad Humayun Chacha

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pervez Khattak alongwith Speaker Provincial Assembly Asad Qaiser and Minister Law, Imtiaz Shahid Qureshi, visited Kohat on Tuesday to condole the sad demise of former District President PTI Kohat late Muhammad Humayun Chacha, who died the other day. They remained there for quite some time and offered Fateha for departed soul of the deceased.
                   Paying glowing tributes to the services of late Humayun Chacha, the Chief Minister said that he was great asset of the party and due to his death, party has been deprived of a dedicated and great person adding that the whole party was proud of him. He further said  that his services for party would be remembered for ever.
                   Talking to Media on this occasion, on a question regarding shifting of Oil Refinery from Kohat to Karak, Pervez Khattak maintained that formal decision to this effect has not yet been made and the Refinery would be established at feasible and suitable place. Regarding another question on return of Afghan Refugees, the Chief Minister said that the Federal Government has been given six months time up-to December 2016 hoping that their respectable return would be made in the coming six months accordingly.
                   Referring to the CPEC Project, the Chief Minister said that Peshawar Express Way has been included in the Federal Budget beside construction of Jhand to Kohat Road and Railway Track from Peshawar to DIKhan under the said project. He added that CPEC was a project of progress and prosperity and the whole country including Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would equally get its benefit
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister also visited the residence of District leader of PTI   Aftab Alam Afridi to condole the death of his mother-in-law and prayed for her eternal peace.

 
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