Dost directs vigilance during monsoon rains in KP
PESHAWAR: Caretaker Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Dost Muhammad Khan has directed all the district administrations to remain vigilant during upcoming predicted monsoon rains in the province.
In a statement in Peshawar, he also directed the concerned authorities to ensure their presence with the affectees in case of any emergency.
Furthermore Caretaker Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa former justice Dost Muhammad khan directed the divisional and district administrations to launch raids both on the open markets and the Haji camp Peshawar and nab the culprits selling out Ahram and other stuff required by the Hujjaj in the Haji camp and in the open markets.
Caretaker Chief Minister issued a directive asking the relevant authority to form raids parties to conduct surprise raids on the Haji Camp. Anything found wrong in the Haji Camp would be dealt with an iron hand. The district administration should be vigilant and watchful closely monitoring the Haji camp and even the quality of items in the open markets. Ahram and other items required for the Hujjaj should be available on the reasonable rates. Extra rates and high prices should not be allowed.
Mean while, the caretaker Chief Minister cancelled all the permits for exporting sacrificial animals, vegetables and other stuff of daily use to Afghanistan. He directed all the district administrations to implement his decisions in later and spirit. This order will remain in force till Eid-ul-Azha.
The smuggling of sacrificial animals and other food stuffs adversely affect the local and bring spiral of prices. This exercise is meant to remove the adverse affect on purchasing potential of the locals.