Gandapur vows to serve people

Bureau report
Monday, Feb 26, 2024

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister-designate Ali Amin Khan Gandapur on Sunday reiterated the pledge that his government would uphold democratic values and spare no effort to serve the people.

He expressed these views while having meetings with the members-elect of the national and provincial assemblies, party workers and people from different walks of life, including scholars and lawyers, at the Speaker’s House

Gandapur said the law and order would be improved. He added that health card, Langar Khana, shelter homes and police reforms would be restored.

He said that the people would be provided uniform education system, while the lack of resources would not be a hurdle in the completion of this great mission.

Gandapur said atrocities were unleashed on the leadership and workers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf by breaking into their houses at night and manhandling women and children. “We have suffered all this for the sake of the country. Henceforth we plan to move forward on the path of brotherhood, development and prosperity instead of seeking revenge,” he said.

Meanwhile, in a meeting with Qari Ruhollah Madani, convener of the World Council of Religions Pakistan and former provincial minister for Revenue, Social Welfare and Religious Affairs, the chief minister-designate said that PTI had entered into an alliance with a religious political party.

“We believe in unity and cohesion and want to make the people of Pakistan one nation beyond all kinds of ethnic and religious prejudices,” he said.

He expressed the hope that the religious scholars would support the provincial government in implementing its welfare programme.