Sunday, July 15, 2012

Tanawal district notfication delayed

MANSEHRA: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Ameer Haider Hoti  said the notification would be issued in November or December.Speaking at a public gathering at Shergarh in Mansehra district, he said that the Awami National Party (ANP) had emerged as one of the major political parties not only at the provincial but also at the national level.
Member Provincial Assembly and former provincial minister Habibur Rehman
Tanoli and former Member National Assembly Nawabzada Salahuddin Saeed along with their supporters announced joining the ANP on the occasion.
Senior Minister Bashir Bilour, Minister for Higher Education Qazi Asad, ANP provincial President Senator Afrasiab Khattak, ANP Sindh chapter president Shahi Said and others were also present on the occasion.
The chief minister said the people were joining the ruling ANP in large numbers and it showed that they were satisfied with its policies. He said that the joining of senior politicians from Hazara division was a remarkable achievement for the ANP. He pledged that the party would never let down the people of the area.
Referring to the demand for Hazara province, the chief minister said that he had openly said during his visit to Abbottabad that the provincial government would welcome the establishment of a separate province if a constitutional method was adopted for it.
He said the ANP leaders and workers had offered unprecedented sacrifices for bringing peace to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He said his party had managed to get the province renamed and secured provincial autonomy under the 18th Amendment.
The chief minister said the government was committed to developing every nook and corner of the province. He said the ANP had honoured most of its pledges made to the masses during the 2008 election campaign.
He said the ANP had won almost all the by-elections since the 2008 election, which proved that the people validated its policies. He said people belonging to Dera Ismail Khan, Tank, Chitral, Kohistan and Hazara division had joined the ANP in large numbers.
Haider Hoti said his party would win the next election on the basis of its performance despite facing the challenge of unprecedented floods in 2010 and the menace of militancy. “The ANP will win more seats in the coming election and will form the next government in the province,” he stressed.
He said the ANP lost several lawmakers and many workers in the war against militancy. He vowed not to before the militants and root out militancy from the province. On the occasion, the chief minister announced several uplift projects for Shergarh and other parts of Tanawal.

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