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May 31, 2016

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Ministries on rotation

Ministries on rotation

This refers to the news report, ‘Khattak vows to provide education, health facilities to people’ (May2). It appears that Pervez Khattak is following in the footsteps of his predecessors, Amir Haider Khan Hoti and Akram Khan Durrani, and is ambitiously occupied in the development of his home constituency – the Nowshera district.

Pervez Khattak has approved the establishment of two universities – Air University and Technical University – and a 200-bed hospital in Nowshera. The only difference between the chief minister and his predecessors is that he does not keep the portfolio of communication and works. Do we need prime ministers and chief minister on a rotation basis – province-wise and district-wise – so that each province and each district gets an equal opportunity to develop?

Engr Abdul Jabbar

Peshawar

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