Peshawar: According to recent news, the Chief Minister (CM) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has ordered administrators of Mardan, Swabi and Charsadda districts to crack down on illegal housing societies and construction work in their respective areas to protect agricultural land. He also ordered effective action to prevent riverbed activities, which are damaging river infrastructures.
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Chairing a meeting on the progress of development projects in the Mardan division, Mr. Mahmood directed the health department to provide the required human resource and equipment to all local hospitals on an urgent basis to ensure the delivery of health services to the people on their doorstep.
An official statement issued here quoted the chief minister as telling the relevant authorities to provide medical equipment to the Jhanda rural health centre on a priority basis to make the gynaecological ward completely functional. Officials told the meeting that work on the Chota Lahore grid station in Swabi district had been completed, electrical work on the station was 80 per cent complete, and the rest of the work would be completed soon.
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They said work was underway to lay a gas pipeline in Bagh village of Swabi district, while a survey for gas supply to Charmang had been completed. The officials said additional funds would be released next month for road projects in the district.
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