Pakistan needs honest leadership, says KP CM

F.P. Report

SWABI: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister, Pervez Khattak said here on Tuesday that at present very critical juncture of the country history there was dire need of honest and pious leadership who face the confronting serious internal and external challenges with strong determination and put Pakistan on track of political stability and much required economic prosperity.

The Chief Minister addressed gathering in a private school at Zaida, a public meeting in Gadoon Amazai area of Gundaf and visited Jhanda village to the residence of MPA Miraj Humayun. The Chief Minister said that the country faces numerous challenges and the corrupt leaders could not lead the nation to achieve the objectives of progress and change the destiny of the masses.

He expressed profound concern over the country lagging behind in various fields, saying that the leaders who ruled the country in past were responsible for the entire created mess and backwardness. In a hint to Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leaders, he said that the corrupt leaders could not lead the country and the slogans of economic progress were made just to mislead the people but the entire nation now came to know that who were corrupt and how they accumulated wealth at the cost of the masses.

He said that the other countries across the world had materialized their dream of progress on short span of time but we failed because the reins of power were in hands of corrupt leaders who focused only on their own interest. Pakistan and its masses have the potential but what was missing a true and devoted leadership, he said, adding that the PTI had fought gallantly against the corrupt and vowed to continue its struggle, he said.

The PTI was voted to power by KP people in the election 2013 because the people believed in the slogan of change they had made during the campaign, he said, adding that soon after coming to power they had started concentration on fulfilling the made pledges. The health and education, the two very sectors had destroyed by past successive governments and the PTI-led government had taken start from the zero to introduce result-oriented reforms which felt by the people.

The reforms we introduced have lauded by the work agencies. We are proud over what we had delivered, having long-term plan to do much more in future as well,” the Chief Minister said. He spoke in detail about the reforms introduced by PTI government in police, education and health sector. In Gandaf village he welcomed the various leaders and workers of different parties who quit other parties and joined PTI. He told them that they had made right decision because due weight has been given to workers in the caravan of Imran Khan.

MPA join PTI: MPA Miraj Humayun officially becomes a part of PTI after quitting QWP, in the presence of CM Pervez Khattak on Tuesday at her residence at Jhanda village. The announcement was made that she joined the ruling party without any condition and the decision was taken because she influenced by PTI Chairman adopted policies and struggle against the corruption.

However, it has been learnt that about two months back when some of the QWP leaders had quit the QWP she did not go along with them because she had not yet finalized the deal and looking to her priorities. Sources said that the PTI leaders had given her assurance that she would be awarded the PTI ticket to return on women reserve seats.