KHAR: The local leader of the Awami National Party (ANP) on Wednesday said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had disappointed the Bajaur community during his recent visit because he did not announce any mega-projects for the district.
Speaking at a press conference here, ANP district president Gul Afzal Khan, central committee member and former National Assembly candidate Sheikh Jehanzada, general secretary Nisar Baz, joint secretary Shah Naseer Mastkhel and others said that the Bajaur people had high hopes for the visit. . prime minister but he left them high and dry by not announcing any upgrade package for this backward tribal district.
“People hoped the prime minister would announce the establishment of universities and medical colleges for Bajaur, but he did nothing and went under unprecedented security protocols,” Gul Afzal said, adding that the visit was a complete failure.
He said that more than 6,000 candidates after matriculating did not succeed in gaining admission to the middle class because of limited seats in the current tertiary institutions and unavailability of colleges.
He also criticized Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf government for mismanagement and poor governance in the province, saying that there is only one teacher at Khwar Baba Middle School, teaching hundreds of students.
ANP leaders also criticized the incumbent government for recruiting outsiders at posts that were vacant because of Martyr Levies and Khassadar’s personnel during the fight against terrorism.
They say the government should recruit the children and relatives of the martyrs at these posts as compensation for their sacrifice.
“Imran Khan always claims that he will not take advantage of protocol and security but after becoming prime minister he is no longer accessible to people,” said Sheikh Jehanzada.
He also asked the government to open the Nawa Pass, Ghakhi Pass and Laitai Pass points on the Pak-Afghanistan border to increase trade between the two countries and bring lasting peace to the area.
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