PTI Government in KPK - Updates & News Thread

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    I don't think we have an updates thread, but if we do than my apologies.


    So keep this thread updated with PTI's performance in KPK. All the good and bad stuff
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    PTI may have failed to eradicate corruption in 90 days but atleast they are still trying to put an end to corruption, unlike the Sindh, Punjab, and Fed Gov.

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    PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has shown initiative by making the details of the provincial budget available online, making it the first system of its kind in Pakistan.

    The provincial finance department launched the online system featuring details of all uplift schemes across the province that will benefit a cross-section of society.

    The website was launched during a meeting chaired by Finance Minister Sirajul Haq on Monday. The minister termed the launch a milestone in the country’s history and called it a good omen.

    “The website itself is clear proof of the fact that the government officials are now accountable to the public in terms of budget and expenditures,” he said, adding the move will ensure more transparency in financial matters of the provincial government.

    “This is one of the major steps towards the E-governance policy in KP that will also help end corruption to a great extent,” he added.

    The minister said that the website will also help strengthen the performance of the government departments and promote accountability of the government officials. Haq also said that online complaint system will be launched soon.


    Minister for IT Shahram Khan Tarakai congratulated the team over the launch. Earlier, PTI’s central committee member Captain (Retd.) Mian Shahid also called on the finance minister wherein the minister said that the remedy for national issues was not privatisation but that the government needs to take steps to make national institutions result-oriented and functional.
    For this purpose, the provincial government has formed working groups in various department for their capacity-building.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/627466/money-matters-k-p-govt-launches-online-budget-system/

    More Details: http://www.financekpp.gov.pk/FD/fmiu
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    Foreign Agencies funding terrorists in KPK

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    Did they present any evidence? Its probably true and we all know that, but where the hell is the evidence? Im tired of the same shit again and again. Why open the mouth when you're gonna back away without showing the world how it is?

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    Website and online complaint system is useless when half the province is illiterate. So far, I've gotta say the PTI government hasn't lived up to its hype.
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    Just because they aren't in the news doesn't mean they don't do anything. PTI is qiuetly dealing with KPK and improving it



    KPK Updates@KPKUpdates
    #KPKUpdates: Rs.500 million were approved for free treatment for critical illness (Renal disorders, Aids, hepatitis & Cancer).

    KPK Updates@KPKUpdates
    #KPKUpdates: Insulin banks worth Rs.25m will be established in HMC, KTH, LRH, Ayub Hosp, Kohat,D.I.Khan, Bannu, Swat, Mardan and Abbottabad.

    KPK Updates@KPKUpdates
    #KPKUpdates: The total beneficiaries will be 8,400 patients. #PreviousTweet #KP #HealthKPK

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    #KPKUpdates: Major initiatives taken in the #Education sector e.g. Stipends for girl students, Education voucher sys, sports for girls etc.

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    #KPKUpdates: Cabinet approved Education Voucher Scheme w/ allocation of Rs.500m for children of poor, laborers and widows for quality edu.

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    #KPKUpdates: Edu Voucher scheme beneficiaries include laborer, kiln laborer, daily wager, widows having family income of Rs.7000/- or below.

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    #KPKUpdates: Cabinet cleared spl initiative w/ allocation of Rs100m for enhanced sporting facilities in high and higher secondary schools.

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    #KPKUpdates: Cabinet approved an interest free loan scheme of Rs.100m for the technical training of youth from best institutions across Pak.

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    #KPKUpdates: Cabinet approved an amount of Rs.120m as grant for young enterprisers who would prepare proposals for new business initiatives.

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    #KPKUpdates: New loan scheme [Ranra (Roshni)] for manufacturing of Solar Energy System worth Rs300m was also approved by the cabinet.

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    #KPKUpdates: Provincial Cabinet also agreed to place the Food Security Authority Bill, 2013 before the KP Assembly for enactment


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    Some good steps there. Lets see if they manage to implement it.
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    I'll believe it when I see results not just some tweets by some PTI shill.
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    When's your flight to Peshawar?
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    Soon enough. But I don't need to go there to gauge the well being of people.
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    Well, you can only judge it when you personally see it. One person could come on TV and back the govt. Another could come on TV and say nothing is happening.
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    I have not given up on PTI's reign yet, they were voted for five years and its only fair that they get to use that time. I just have more realistic expectations from this government than most PTI supporters.
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    I didn't say anything about supporting them or not. I've been one of their most active critics recently on CS. The fact is that they have passed new laws and regulations that are in theory beneficial to the people. Now there could be an issue when it comes to implementation but we have to at least give them credit for passing the laws.
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    I agree with this. They have taken some steps forward in contrast of what others did previously. Whether they can implement them or not is another question. Hopefully they will succeed in that as well.
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    Laws have been in place for ages in Pakistan, its the implementations that we lack. Like I said I'll give them the 5 years they were voted for.
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    PESHAWAR, Nov 7: The government was taking steps to make Peshawar a model city through beautification, said Provincial Minister for Local Government and Rural Development Inayatullah Khan.

    He said that in that connection green Peshawar campaign would be started from February next year. Work on developing green belts in Peshawar was initiated, he added. The minister said that special attention was being given to improve the roads in Peshawar and surrounding areas to restore past glory of the historical city.

    He expressed these views while discussing issues of Peshawar with members of Peshawar Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

    Mr Khan said that bringing law and order situation to normalcy was the top priority of the government. He said that protection would be provided to investors.

    The minister said that traders played the role of backbone in the development and prosperity of the country. The provincial government would provide them full opportunities to play their vital role in strengthening economy of the country, he added.

    Administrator Rasheed Ahmad Khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Zahidullah Shinwari were also present on the occasion.

    The members of the chamber discussed with the minister traffic system, encroachments, receiving taxes and fares of public shops, wedding halls, parks, as well as cleanliness and sanitation of Peshawar city.

    The minister said that old and rusted water pipes in 25 union councils of Peshawar were being replaced. For beautifying Peshawar and improving tax system, the minister directed the administrator to form different committee to facilitate people.

    President Chamber of Commerce and Industry presented a shield to the minister in recognition of successful cleanliness drive in Peshawar. —Bureau Report

    http://dawn.com/news/1054928/green-peshawar-drive-from-february
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    PESHAWAR, Nov 7: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government Thursday launched its multi billion rupees poverty reduction and employment generation “Khud Kafalat Scheme” to overcome rising unemployment in the province.

    According to an official handout issued here, chief minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa formally launched the scheme in a ceremony held at the CM Secretariat Peshawar. On this occasion, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was also signed between the Bank of Khyber and the Provincial Industry and Technical Education department.

    Acting Managing Director, BoK, Imran Samad and Secretary Industry Mohammad Sajid Jadoon signed the MoU in the presence of the Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak, provincial ministers Shah Farman and Bakht Bedar Khan, and high ups of the BoK and Industry department.

    The CM said an amount of Rs2 billion had been allocated for the scheme to give soft loans to skilled youth. Under the MoU BoK will carry out the financial aspects of the scheme in terms of funds management;

    loan disbursement and recovery in close collaboration with the provincial government.

    The chief minister termed the scheme as a revolutionary step of the industries and technical education department which will contribute to the socio-economic development, income and employment generation of the province adding that the scheme will help a great deal to overcome the issue of unemployment and poverty in the province by providing self employment opportunities to the skilled , educated and jobless young people.

    On this occasion, the CM was told that under the scheme mark up free micro loans will be given to the eligible persons, which included unemployed youth, small traders, female entrepreneurs, and new entrants having skill but not having sufficient finances to start their business, artisans, skilled workers and low income entrepreneurs.

    The size of loan under the scheme ranges from Rs50,000 to Rs200,000 and permanent residents of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa holding valid computerised national identity card and having age limit of 18 to 50 years can apply for loan.

    Applicants who have already availed Wasila-i-Haq facility through Benazir Income Support Program or any other such scheme, loaner or defaulters from any bank or any other institution, employees of government/semi-government or autonomous bodies and regular students are not eligible for loans under the scheme.

    The maximum tenure of repaying the loan will be three years. The scheme will initially be offered for three year which the government may extend to the permanent feature of the provincial economy.

    http://dawn.com/news/1054929/kp-launches-employment-generation-scheme
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    Complain Here:

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    Corruption Scandal in KPK :fp - If found guilty, I hope they are jailed for the rest of there lives.

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    Duh..... It would be very naive to think that corruption doesn't happen. It does everywhere. All the talk about eradicating it at political level is just talk. The best you can do is minimizing it as much as possible and sending all guilty of it to jail for years to set an example(s)

    It happens everywhere, even here, though its rare and on small scale.
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    This is nothing small that happens everywhere, it's something big. Khan saab has taken notice
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    CHARSADDA, Oct 31: A government-run school for girls in Shabqadar was reopened after 16 years to facilitate hundreds of students of this far-flung and backward area to get basic education.

    The reopening order was issued by district education officer (EDO) Rabia Anis, who told journalists that the ‘ghost school’ in Kaptan Korona remained closed since 1997.

    She said that over 150 girls of the locality had no other option but to go to a middle school in a far-away area. She said that a large number of other girls were deprived of education as their parents could not afford to send them to the school in far away area.

    Ms Anis said that getting education was the basic right of every girl and government would leave no stone unturned to provide quality education to them. She said that every step would be taken to provide quality education to girls in government educational institutions to repose confidence of parents in the government schools.

    Ms Anis urged the teachers to ensure their presence at the school for bright future of the girls of the backward area of the district. She said that stern action would be taken against those teachers, who were found absent from schools. She said that negligence in duty would not be tolerated and no leniency would be shown to habitual absentee teachers.

    http://dawn.com/news/1053371
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    KARAK: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MPA and district president of the party Gul Sahib Khan has decided to issue a show-cause notice to MNA Nasir Khan for his alleged negligence towards solving the problems of his constituency.

    Gul announced this on Saturday during a meeting with elders, social activists and traders of the district at Karak Town Hall. The meeting was held to solve the persistent issue of low gas pressure in Karak.

    Elders criticised MNA Nasir Khan, saying he has not visited the constituency to address the people’s problems, nor has he raised his voice for Karak in the National Assembly since he was elected.

    The elders also threatened to block the supply of oil and gas from Karak to the rest of the country, saying locals should be provided the utilities on priority basis.

    “Oil and gas extracted from our area is being supplied all over the country, while our needs are being ignored,” claimed one of the elders.

    Published in The Express Tribune, November 10th, 2013.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/629805/alleged-negligence-pti-leader-to-issue-show-cause-notice-to-mna/
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    Of course in Pakistan it happens on a larger scale. More money involved. I was just emphasising that corruption happens everywhere and IKs promise about removing it from the political system is very unlikely to ever happen.

    Just a couple of weeks ago, A norwegian politican of our ruling party was charged with corruption. You simply cant get rid of these things, but you can minimize it as much as possible and bring in a strong system which will catch and punish the offenders so others thinks twice before doing such again.
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    Well let's hope these ministers are punished and sent to jail for life
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    by the time next elections arrive, CS would, In shaa ALLAH, have its own Insaftak aka chawal @iAd

    jokes apart, kudos to you adnan for doing this thankless job :)
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    The world should know the truth :)
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    stop derailing the thread and get going with posting news :slap
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    PESHAWAR, Nov 9: The accident and emergency department (AED) of the Lady Reading Hospital is being shifted to its newly-constructed building to cope with the load of patients from bomb, suicide and other terror attacks effectively, officials said.

    The new building, constructed at a cost of Rs400 million, will have arrangements to provide prompt treatment to the critically-injured or ill patients, they said. Establishment of the AED was part of the government plan to expand the 2,400-bed hospital of the province.

    The government has also approved the establishment of four new wards to cope with load of patients in as many specialties at the LRH, which received 3,000 patients on average per day who needed emergency treatment, the officials said.

    According to the officials, the need for the new premises was felt in view of the increasing acts of terrorism like the suicide attack on a local church due to which 233 injured persons were brought to the department.

    Presently, the patients were being rushed to the CT scan room located outside the AED which was time-consuming, they said, adding that a CT scan machine and X-ray plants had now been installed to give care to the critically-injured persons in the same building.

    LRH chief executive officer Prof Arshad Javaid told Dawn that they would apply to the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP) for getting teaching status for the AED to produce specialists for handling emergencies throughout the province.

    “The department has started to fulfill a set of requirements set forth by the CPSP to accord recognition to it, as we have recently inducted 79 medical officers and 11 specialists, including an assistant professor and six senior registrars and four consultants,” Prof Javaid said.

    He said that the CPSP had approved postgraduate training of doctors in trauma at the facility.

    The LRH would until now transport unidentifiable and unclaimed dead bodies to the Department of Forensic Science and Toxicology, Khyber Medical College.

    The new building has purpose-built mortuary with 50 storage capacity to make the department a full-fledged facility, he said.

    He said that a total of 150 beds had been approved to provide treatment to the persons with wounds, fractured bones and head injuries.

    Such patients are currently being shifted to wards for admission after first-aid in the AED, he said.

    Prof Javaid said that a mass emergency hall of 50-bed trauma room and eight operation theatres were part of the programme to be able to serve as teaching facility for the health professionals besides giving timely treatment to seriously ill patients.

    He said that due to rush at the hospital gate near Andar Shehr, people had been allowed entrance to the building near Kabuli gate so as to facilitate prompt reach, investigation and treatment of patients.

    The LRH chief executive officer said that the existing building of the AED would house four new wards, including neurosurgery, general surgery, endocrinology and gastroenterology.

    With 1,700 beds in 28 wards and 4,000 staffers the LRH is the biggest health facility in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and it is being upgraded to cope with load of blast victims and other serious patients, he said.

    Endocrinology OPD has been started which receives 250 patients on average daily, but admission facility is scarce because it has been allotted only16 beds that are scattered in eye, ENT and other wards. A full-scale ward will be established there, he said.

    http://dawn.com/news/1055309/new-building-at-lrh-ready-to-receive-emergency-patients
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    PESHAWAR (APP): Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police Friday got 10 more sniffer dogs and a metal detector machine from the provincial government, Inspector General of Police Nasir Durrani said here. He informed the police department have demanded 50 sniffer dogs from the KP government while it has received 10, adding that the police force now have a total 21 sniffer dogs after the addition of 10. He further said the KP government has also provided a metal detector machine to improve the efficiency of the force.

    http://www.thefrontierpost.com/article/53440/
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    PESHAWAR, Nov 11: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Annual Development Programme for the ongoing financial year has made a slow start as work on hundreds of new projects has yet to commence, according to official sources.

    The execution of new development schemes is expected to start in January next year, a well placed functionary told Dawn on Monday.

    “Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf wants to bring in private consultants to oversee development projects’ implementation,” Prof Mohammad Ibrahim, the provincial president of Jamaat-i-Islami, a component of the provincial coalition government said, when contacted.

    He said ADP’s progress would improve once the government completed the consultants’ selection process.

    The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa minister for local government and rural development Inayatullah Khan told Dawn that execution of new development projects would begin by January 2014 as the provincial government was hiring consultants and their selection would be finalised after some time.

    A planning and development department official said PTI wanted to reduce the provincial government’s role in development projects’ execution and involve experts from the private sector to take over the role.

    “The government believes this (consultants’ involvement) would put tabs to misappropriation of public funds as a large amount of public money goes down the drain because of corrupt practices and leakages in the system,” said Mr Inayatullah.The consultants, said the minister, were being hired with two explicit aims: end the prevalent culture of commissions (bribes) and ensure quality in the development projects’ implementation.

    The consultants, added the minister, would be involved in preparing feasibility studies and designs of public sector development projects, planning and monitoring execution of development works, and completion of projects.

    “Payment would be made (to contractors) for the completed work if the consultant concerned is satisfied,” said Mr Inayatullah. He said the government believed it would be easy to make consultants accountable and take action against them if the work completed on a project was not satisfactory.

    However, the reform process has a flip side to it. A private contractor, when contacted, said that the government had not yet started giving contracts for initiating work on new development projects though the first four months of the current financial year had passed.

    “The 2013-14 financial year is into its 5th month, not a single new project has been initiated in anywhere in the province,” said the contractor. He said his firm would shortly go out of business. “I am working on a couple of schemes (ongoing) that would be completed in the near future, if the new projects are not launched I would need to do something different (business) to remain economically productive,” said the owner of a small construction company from district Swabi.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Annual Development Programme for the current financial year involves a total outlay of Rs118 billion. It involves two components: locally funded and foreign funded. The locally funded component involves a total allocation of Rs83 billion, including Rs45 billion to be spent on ongoing schemes and Rs37 billion on 374 new development projects.

    This means work on projects involving Rs37 billion has not yet started.

    An official development planner said work on the new schemes (small works) traditionally got underway in the end of July or the start of August every year. According to him, the government’s departments start assenting approvals to small development works right from the beginning of every new fiscal and make financial releases to new works as and when they are ready to be launched.

    However, according to information collected by Dawn, the hiring of consultants is not the only reason behind the delay in launching the new schemes.

    The provincial government, said the contractor from Swabi, was introducing the computerized system of filling tender documents. The computerization of tender documents, said an official, made part of the PTI government’s reform agenda.

    “This can be very crucial as the current documentation process is tedious and a lot of public money goes wasted as a result of corrupt practices,” said a senior government functionary. He said the tender documents needed to be changed and the computerisation of contract documents would hopefully result into ensuring, at least, some degree of transparency.

    The government’s reform priorities include computerising official record and issuance of vital documents, automation of government procurement processes, and web based tendering process work on which, according to sources, is under progress.

    “The departments concerned have stopped issuing contracts for new projects as they say the process would get underway once the computerisation of tender documents is finalised,” said the contractor.

    According to officials, while the provincial government has been working on involving consultants to oversee the implementation of new development projects, there are some important issues that have yet to be decided.

    The government might need to review its policy of involving consultants in all the new projects. “This would create problems as if consultants are going to be hired even for small development projects this would make things difficult,” an official admitted while replying to a question.

    He said chief minister Pervez Khattak wanted consultants to be hired for projects of all sizes. “Hopefully, he would agree to involve consultants for projects medium to large in size,” said a government functionary.

    The decision to hire consultants is likely to escalate government’s costs of executing development works as the private sector experts charge a reasonably amount of money for every service rendered.

    However, many believe, it would be money worth spending as their involvement would hopefully improve quality of works (construction) and the public money being wasted due to leakages in the system might also be saved to an extent.

    http://dawn.com/news/1055853/uplift-plan-yet-to-get-underway
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    PESHAWAR: The authorities have installed 32 closed-circuit television cameras (CCTVs) in the inner city to keep an eye on Muharram processions during the last four days.

    An official said the cameras had been installed at sensitive places, which can be monitored from the command post as well as the offices and cellphones of the concerned superintendent of police (SP), senior superintendent of police (SSP) Operations capital city police officer and inspector general of police.

    Apart from police, heavy contingents of Frontier Constabulary have been deployed on the routes of Muharram processions.Inspector General of Police Nasir Khan Durrani on Monday visited a number of places, including Imambargahs, in the inner city and inspected the security measures taken for the majalis and processions.

    Meanwhile, the death anniversary of Malik Mohammad Saad, the then capital city police officer Peshawar, is being observed today (Tuesday). He was killed in a suicide attack in Dhakki Dalgaran on the 7th Muharram in 2007.

    Besides, Malik Saad, Deputy Superintendent of Police Khan Raziq and 15 others were also killed in the suicide attack while a number of people, mostly policemen, were wounded.Malik Saad was regarded as one of the finest police officers of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

    http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-7-213736-CCTVs-installed-to-monitor-Muharram-processions
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    These rumours of money suddenly "disappearing" and corruption has been going for ages, but better late than never I guess.
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    Imran said he was reported of corruption by ministers before but didn't have enough evidence, so he waited for solid proof.
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    Should have suspended them or sent them on "vacation" or "important duties" while investigation was on, but still a good job to catch them and probably punish them later.
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