Peshawar: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Public Health Engineering and Labour, Shah Farman has said provision of easy justice to masses is the manifesto of PTI. He said they would provide legal shelter to poor and bring the rich to book.
He was answering the questions of telephone callers at Radio Pakhtunkhwa’s Programme “Minister on Line” on Thursday. Most of the telephones were about complaints against Suigas, WAPDA and NADRA.
Shah Farman said WAPDA was making great injustice to the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as the people here had been made confronted to huge loadshedding, over-billing while the transformers bought on the funds of ours were distributed among blue eyed. He warned that the authorities and officials of WAPDA had to face the consequences for their act.
Shah Farman said PTI government was working with spirit of service to masses and it wanted to distribute powers to gross root level through local bodies polls. He said after local bodies elections, the elected representatives of people would utilize the funds for the redressal of problems of people in a better way.
Regarding illegal appointment of teachers in Workers Welfare Board, the Minister Labour said NAB was inquiring the matter of teachers appointment in workers Welfare Board, the PTI government would not destroy the future of children of labourers and talented teachers would teach them.
He said PTI was striving for establishing transparent system in the province, the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were with PTI in its agenda of change and soon the people of whole country would be with PTI.
Regarding a question about Public Health Engineering Department, Shah Farman said the department through solarisation would provide healthy water to the people of the province and where there was no electricity, soft drinking water would also be provided to the people through solar tubewells.
Minister Labour said the PTI government has wiped out VIP Culture from the province and corruption had been controlled to a great extent. He said through the education reforms of PTI, the children of both rich and poor would read the same textbooks while the appointments were being made on merit.