Peshawar: According to a recent news report, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister Mahmood Khan on Saturday decided to set up a commission headed by a senior member of the board of revenue to look into the issues, especially the people’s grievances, about land settlement process in Malakand division.
While chairing the second summit on developmental schemes and people’s issues in the Malakand division, the chief minister said the commission would make workable recommendations to the government on the matter.
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Mr. Mahmood ordered the public health engineering department to take over all non-working tube wells sunk by various organizations in the division and formulate a strategy to make them functional, according to a statement released here. The chief minister instructed the coordination and works departments to ensure that construction schemes are completed on schedule and to a high level of quality and quantity.
Cabinet members Shaukat Yousafzai, Riaz Khan, Shafiullah and Wazirzada, members of the provincial assembly from the Malakand region, a senior member of the board of revenue, secretaries of the relevant departments, representatives of the federal organizations, and other senior officials attended the meeting.
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The officials told participants that 20 of the 66 decisions made in the last meeting regarding Malakand development projects had been implemented, while progress on 38 was satisfactory and on eight slow.
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