NOWSHERA: Chief Minister Pervez Khattak stated on Saturday that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)-led Khyber Pakhtunkhwa authorities believed within the freedom of the press.
He was talking at a ceremony on the Nowshera Press Membership, the place he distributed among the many journalists the allotment letters of 10-marla plots on the Media Colony in Nowshera.
Pervez Khattak stated that the media was the fourth pillar of the state and it performed an necessary position in bridging the hole between the federal government and other people.
“The PTI authorities attaches nice worth to the media for continuity of democracy and rule of regulation,” he added.
He stated his authorities supported the press golf equipment throughout the province.
The chief minister stated it was the highest priorities of the federal government to offer aid to the widespread man. “We now have taken a number of steps to make the province financially self-reliant,” he maintained.
Pervez Khattak stated that his authorities believed in finishing up uplift tasks throughout the province.
He stated the federal government was spending Rs15 billion on the development of embankments in Peshawar, Charsadda and Nowshera districts. He stated that work on flood prevention tasks in Malakand, Hazara and Abbottabad can be launched shortly.
“We have now launched numerous tasks to guard the flood-susceptible areas from floods,” he added.
He stated the provincial authorities had really helpful to the federal authorities to incorporate in its Annual Improvement Programme (ADP) the development of Peshawar-Attock-Khairabad bridge and reconstruction of Nowshera-Mardan Grand Trunk Street.
He stated that PTI didn’t compromise on the rights of the province and elevated the web hydel revenue from Rs6 billion to Rs18 billion. He stated Rs18 billion loans had been paid again to the federal authorities borrowed by the earlier governments.
He stated the provincial authorities had earmarked Rs126 billion for its Annual Improvement Programme.
He stated his authorities had introduced a balanced price range of Rs603 billion for the fiscal 2017-18, including it elevated the schooling price range by 18 % in comparison with the earlier price range allocations for this sector and earmarked Rs27.ninety one billion for schooling.
He stated that Rs49.27 billion have been allotted for well being, Rs4.35 billion for agriculture and Rs720 million have been earmarked for sports activities, tradition and tourism.
He stated that affordable allocations had been made for setting, forest, info and communications, public housing schemes and allowances for workers of presidency departments.
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