TIMERGARA: Awami national birthday celebration’s primary spokesman Zahid Khan warned on Tuesday that any adjustments in the 18th amendment could lead to anarchy and mistrust inside the u . S ..
the former senator become speakme to mediapersons in Talash throughout his go to to the district. He also said that the country could not come up with the money for adjustments in its parliamentary form of government.
Mr Khan alleged that the PTI leaders were unable to run the government affairs as they failed to finish the Peshawar Bus speedy Transit project first of all began with Rs30 billion, but the fee had escalated to Rs90 billion.
The ANP leader also criticised the country wide responsibility Bureau and alleged that it have been was an institution of political victimisation. He said that the fee hike and improved payments of fuel, electricity and water had made the life of loads depressing.
He stated that the 18th modification changed into exceeded after a long conflict of political parties as it guaranteed provincial autonomy. He alleged that Pakhtun leadership turned into kept far from the parliament underneath a deliberate conspiracy. He said that Imran Khan had informed the state within the beyond that Rs8 billion were being transferred to foreign money owed each month and now he as prime minister have to inform the nation how a good deal money had been saved over the past eight months.
ENROLLMENT drive: The primary and Secondary schooling branch, Timergara subdivision, on Tuesday launched enrolment power for out-of-school children. Timergara tehsil nazim Riaz Mohammad and councillor Alam Zeb admitted several kids on the government number one school, Timer Dherai, on this event.
A characteristic in this regard become held on the school with sub-divisional schooling officer Ali Haidar inside the chair. The SDEO said that approximately 3,000 clean enrolment would be made this year within the subdivision. He claimed that the authorities had supplied all facilities to the scholars of public area schools. Loose textbooks and schoolbags were additionally allotted many of the deserving students.
published in sunrise, April 17th, 2019