Thursday, December 1, 2016

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government through its own resources have provided Rs.21 billion under Conditional Grant for provision of missing facilities in government schools. Atif Khan

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Elementary & Secondary Education Muhammad Atif Khan has said that the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government through its own resources have provided Rs.21 billion under Conditional Grant for provision of missing facilities in government schools out of which Rs. 19 million have been utilized while the remaining would be utilized till June 2017 and the same would solve the problems of missing basic facilities in schools on a permanent basis. He expressed these views while addressing as chief guest at a one day awareness workshop on conditional grant for Nazimeen held under the auspices of Elementary & Secondary Education Department. Secretary Education Dr. Shahzad Bangash, Secretary Local Government Syed Jamalud-Din Shah, Additional Secretary Education Qaiser Alam, DG Local Government Aamir Latif, Director Schools Rafiq Khattak, District Nazimeen and DEOs attended the workshop. Secretary Education and Secretary Local Government informed the Nazimeen in detail about the conditional grant while Nazimeen pinpointed thier hurdles in the use of conditional grant. The concerned authorities while assuring the removal of hurdles said the basic purpose of the workshop was to ensure the better use of conditional fund in the domain of law.
Muhammad Atif said our government for the first time in the history of the province has allocated more than Rs. 100 billion for education as we know that nations are made through provision of best quality education. He regretted that education was not the priority of the past government. Muhammad Atif Khan informed that his government had spent Rs. 5 billion over the establishment of 1100 IT Laboratories in government schools, Rs. 4 billion over provision of furniture to 14 lac children while play areas in 2500 schools out of 10 thousand schools have been established while 40 thousands teachers out of 55 thousands have been recruited on merit.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak directed to process the land acquisition for the waste management project at Mauza Saran Azakheil district Peshawar during a visit to the area today

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak directed to process the land acquisition for the waste management project at Mauza Saran Azakheil district Peshawar during a visit to the area today. Provincial Minister Shah Farman also accompanied the Chief Minister.
On arrival the Chief Minister was briefed by Atta-ur-Rehman GM Project Water and Sanitation Services (WSSP) Peshawar. The land to be acquired for the project is 540 Kanal. The project of Waste Management in addition would produce 12 MW electricity. Pervez Khattak directed that the site should be visited by all the parties. An industrial unit should also be planned. The chairman EZDMC Ghulam Dastagir should also visit to select a site for the industrial unit in the area.
At the moment, the area is backward and with the operation of the project and the establishment of industrial unit, the poor people of the area would get jobs.
The CM also talked to the people who gathered at the occasion. He called upon the people to have a vigil over all the developmental activities initiated for their welfare. Rest assured their welfare would be at the top of the government priorities. However the people were to monitor that the public money was spent judiciously and in transparent manner, he added. He said his government was accountable to the people and it wished that the people were represented in the way, they wished to be presented.
Chief Minister said his government was well connected to the people and all decisions for public would properly reflect the people146s aspiration.

Friday, November 11, 2016

The Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has approved the provision of gas to Nari Panos, the area of Karak.

 The Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has approved the provision of gas to Nari Panos, the area of Karak. In this reference, a four member delegation of 147 Qaumi Mashran148 of the local committee, headed by MPA Gul Sahib Khan called on the Chief Minister on Tuesday at the Chief Minister Secretariat Peshawar. Commissioner Kohat Division Mussarat Hussain and General Manager Sui Northern Gas Pipeline (SNGPL) Arbab Saqib were also present on the occasion.
General Manager SNGPL assured the Chief Minister that Sales Meter Station (SMS) have formally been approved for the provision of Gas to the said area and laying down of pipelines would be started in the next 10 to 15 days while transportation of Gas pipes is being started.
The Chief Minister said that the provision of Gas to the said area was very necessary because these areas of the province produce Gas for the other areas but unfortunately these were deprived of the gas facility yet. He said it was the priority of the provincial government to provide Gas facility to this areas and in this context he had also contacted Federal Minister for petroleum. He said that it was the right and long awaited demand of the people of the area and by solving this issue, the deprivation of the people of the area would be ended forever.
During the meeting MPA Gul Sahib Khan assured that the SNGPL would be fully supported by the people for the installation of Gas pipeline and no hurdle would be created by the people. The provision of land for laying down the pipe line would be facilitated.
While thanking the Chief Minister the 147Mashran148 of local committee said that the people of area were thankful to the provincial government, and SNGPL for the assurance to start work for laying down pipelines in their area and according approval to the provision of Gas to Nari Panos Karak. They said due to provision of gas facility, an era of development and prosperity would start in the area.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon agreed to extend collaboration in Police, Tourism, Renewable energy, education, culture and other areas of mutual interest

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon agreed to extend collaboration in Police, Tourism, Renewable energy, education, culture and other areas of mutual interest. They also agreed to maintain close contacts through focal persons to explore potential areas of cooperation and collaboration.
Pervez Khattak and Nicola Sturgeon in a meeting at Scottish Parliament Edinbergh Scotland discussed the areas of mutual interest and cooperation. CM, briefed her on a number of reforms that his government had undertaken, including promulgation of several new laws incorporating; the right to information; the right to service; administrative autonomy for the provincial police to make it free from political influence; and devolution of powers, especially development funds to local and district councils.
The First Minister highlighted and appreciated the vibrant role of the Pakistani community based in Scotland. Taking note of the close contacts between the Police Scotland and KPK Police, including the signing of an MoU between the two institutions, the First Minister agreed with the CM on the need for collaboration in other areas, including tourism, renewable energy, education and culture.
Earlier the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police and Scotland Police signed a memorandum of Understanding (MoU) extending cooperation for efficient delivery of rule of law, development and bilateral institutional activities between the two forces. The memorandum signed between the Scotland Police Service and KP Police at Police Scotland College Tulliallan, Kincardine spells out increased institutional cooperation and interaction of mutual interest, including community policing, training and development, counter terrorism, forensic investigation and any other matter of mutual interest.
Deputy Inspector General of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Salahuddin Khan and Deputy Chief Constable Scotland Police Iain Livingstone signed MoU. Ex-Inspector General Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Fayyaz Toru, Director Scotland Police College Shaun Mckillop and other concerned authorities were also present.
According to Memorandum both the parties will cooperate each other and sharing of best practices and explore the possibility of further developing and engaging in bilateral institutional activity. Both the parties agreed to cooperate to identify areas where officers of both parties can work together with regard to and in furtherance of the purposes. Each part shall nominate a coordinator to lead the engagement under this Memorandum. Both the parties will learn from each other best practices and experiences.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister for Local Government Inayatullah has directed the concerned authorities to expedite pace of work over the ongoing developmental Schemes.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister for Local Government Inayatullah has directed the concerned authorities to expedite pace of work over the ongoing developmental Schemes in Dir Bala and complete them in the current fiscal year.
He issued these directives while presiding over a high level meeting convened to deliberate over materializing development schemes in Dir Bala on Wednesday at Peshawar. Additional Chief Secretary Muhammad Azam Khan, Secretary Higher Education, Secretary C&W, Additional Secretary Elementary & Secondary Education, Chief Engineer C&W and other concerned officers attended the meeting .The meeting reviewed pace of work over the establishment of Dir Engineering University Campus, Girls Degree College Barawal, Degree College Darorha, Dir Model School, Ajara to Jan Patai road linking upper and lower Dir and construction of play ground for the youth of Barawal Dir. Inaytullah said the construction of Ajara to Jan Patai road not only would lessen the distance between Dir lower and Dir upper districts but its linkage would expedite trading activities thus benefiting thousands of people of both the districts. He said classes in Dir Engineering University Campus would be started from the next session that would provide high education facilities to the local students at their doorsteps.

 
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