Independently elected LG reps join PTI

KP CM problems faced by LG representative are being solved on priority basis

Our Correspondent October 06, 2022
K-P CM Mahmood Khan addresses a PTI parliamentary party meeting in Peshawar. photo: express


Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) Chief Minister Mahmood Khan has said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) believes in the devolution of powers to grass root level in the province.

He said that the problems faced by LG representative are being solved on priority basis.

He welcomed the independently elected local body representatives from Peshawar and Malakand region to the fold of PTI and said that the political parties involved in the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) have been wiped out at grassroot level.

He noted that the imported government has sunk the country into unprecedented inflation, making the life of a common man miserable, adding that it is time for the nation to take to the streets against incompetent rulers. Addressing a grand joining ceremony held here at the Chief Minister’s house on Wednesday, Mahmood Khan said that Imran Khan is the only leader who can steer the country out of the current crisis because he has no personal interests but is fighting only for true independence of the nation and rights of the people.

On the occasion, over 100 village and neighborhood council chairmen from Peshawar, Khyber, Kohat, Shangla, Dir, Swat, Chitral, Bajour, Charsadda and Mardan announced joining PTI in addition to expressing their support for the upcoming true Independence March of PTI.

The chief minister extended his heart felt felicitation to the new comers and said over 200 chairmen from Southern and Hazara region have also joined the PTI which is undoubtedly an expression of their firm confidence.

Mahmood Khan said that imported government has nothing for the betterment of common citizens; they have been involved in loot and plunder for the last three decades and this time, these goons came into government through conspiracy with the only aim to save their looted money and legalize their corrupt practices by making amendments in the relevant laws.


Published in The Express Tribune, October 6th, 2022.


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