He said that all the three coalition parties of the provincial government fully agreed on the agenda of change and their track record was crystal clear to it. “we would do whatever we say and unlike the past rulers we do not believe in hypocritical politics of deceiving the public by hallow slogans. We are not greedy for anything and our sole aim is to provide relief to the public by replacing the existing system of injustice with new and public friendly one as per our promises made in the last general elections”, he added.
He expressed these views while addressing as Chief guest at the inaugural ceremony of Khud Kifalat scheme jointly organized by
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The Chief Minister termed the scheme as an important step towards minimizing unemployment and poverty in the province and assured that the provincial government would allocate
“The ratio of unemployment and poverty has increased immensely in the province that is severely affected by the unrest and terrorism for one decade”, said the Chief Minister and added that because of the increasing unemployment and poverty, the young generation is getting involved in negative activities; which is a matter of great concern, and as such it is high time that serious efforts should be made to address the issue while launching Khud Kifalat Scheme is one of the initiative of the present govt to this effect.
He maintained that since coming at the helm of affairs, the coalition government, besides necessary legislation had been taking other practical steps for the implementation of its change agenda yielding positive results and with passing day people of the province would feel positive change and improvement in their lives.
“During the last eight months we have given necessary guidelines to the government departments and public service delivering bodies and set a right direction for them, I do not claim that all the things have been rectified but I can say for sure that the process of reforms has been started, police has been depoliticized, hospitals and schools have started to perform, bribery and commission culture in Patwar and other public offices has been checked and government jobs and postings/transfers of govt employees are being made purely on the basis of merit”, continued the Chief Minister and added that no member of the provincial cabinet had been found involved in taking bribe or commission and if found in future he would no more be part of the cabinet which is a real change and a great achievement of the collation govt.
Making a reference to the legislation made by his govt to purge the government machinery of corruption and ensure the delivery of better services to the public the Chief Minister said that
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