PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government on On Tuesday, it was argued that the law and order situation emerging in Swat was effectively suppressed a few days ago thanks to timely measures taken by law enforcement agencies under personal control of Main minister.
Briefing for journalists after the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers chaired by Chief Minister Mahmoud Khan, Representative for in government Barrister Mohammad Ali Saif said the forum reviewed the overall security situation. in province and expressed satisfaction on this occasion.
He said the ceasefire with outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan was unharmed and no major terrorist attack occurred that could cause distrust between group and government.
The spokesman, however, said that there are some groups that oppose the TPP peace agreement, so their involvement in incidents related to terrorism in the province could not be ruled out.
“We [government] assure people that there is nothing to worry about like a provincial government retain his right in province at any cost, and there will be no compromise. made on solidarity of country, safety of in people as well as maintenance of peace,” he said.
He added reports a deterioration in the situation with law and order on social media were completely false and fabricated.
Barrister Saif said the cabinet had approved an increase in the minimum wage to Rs 26,000 a month. for different categories of workers working in all government industrial enterprises of provinces with effect from July 1, 2022 according to announcement of Main minister on in floor of in house during budget session.
Regarding private industrial units, he said the cabinet had decided that the matter would be decided by the KP Minimum Wage Board.
it also approved the extension in term of office of Mukhtiyar Khan of Usharai Darra area in Upper Dirsky District for two years as aofficial member of Forest Development Corporation (FDC) price committee to smoothly run in affairs of Committee.
In addition, the Cabinet of Ministers agreed to the announcement of Bashkar-Gol area of Upper Chitral region in Chitral Wildlife Department as a Biosphere Reserve under the KP Wildlife and Biodiversity (Protection, Conservation, Conservation and Management) Law 2015.
The biosphere reserve is of 89,374 ha, which provides prime habitat for some wild animals including snow leopard, Himalayan brown bear, Himalayan lynx, mountain hare, red fox, Himalayan goat and Tibetan wolf.
Barrister Saif also said that the office also Shahi Nagar Ghur Dara announcement approved of Duggar sub-division of Buner like community game reserve.
Barrister Saif said the cabinet also approved the 2022 KP Plant Rules governing with attitude to work in factories of provinces.
Cabinet also decided to revoke its earlier approval with with regard to appointment of Manzoor Ahmad as Chief Executive Officer of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Transmission and Grid Company and allowed the power and power fresh advertising department for in post under laid-down procedure.
Cabinet also approved minimum support price of wheat harvest in in year 2022-23 at a price of 2600 rupees for 40 kg when working. out by means of ‘cost production committee on the foundation of survey conducted throughout the province.
Minimum support price of wheat harvest for in last year 2021-22 – 2200 rupees for 40 kg. Recommendations of provincial government will be divided with federal ministry of National Food Security and Research.
Barrister Saif said the cabinet approved the establishment of Darul Aman Crisis Center in place of Working Women’s Hostel, Hyatabad, KP Mine Regulations 2022 and Regulations of 107 acres of land for fencing of Mohman Dam. it also decided to hand over the case of Holding of PMS and CSS exams simultaneously to the Provincial Civil Service Commission for repetition of the PMS exam schedule so that candidates can pass both exams.
Published in Dawn, August 17, 2022