Govt will complete five-year tenure, says KP CM Mahmood Khan
PESHAWAR (92 News) – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan has said that the government will complete its five-year tenure.
Addressing the launching ceremony of Prime Minister Initiative for Backyard Poultry in Peshawar on Monday, he said that they had inherited the deteriorated economic condition. “Now we are heading towards betterment,” he said.
The KP chief minister asked the opposition not to deteriorate the conditions.
He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision to boost agriculture will help strengthen economy of the country.
Mahmood Khan said that Agriculture Emergency Program is aimed at supporting poor segment of the society especially women.
He said provincial government has recently started a programme to provide cheap electricity to industrial units in the province.
The chief minister said that some political leaders are out to bring people on roads to disrupt the process of development and prosperity of the country.
Jahangir Tareen said that the national progress is linked to the progress of the common man. “It is easy to think about the projects and very difficult to give it a practical shape,” he said.
He said that the projects were being applauded across the country.