October 20, 2016Print : National
PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Pervez Khattak said on Wednesday that his government had worked out a formula to compensate the victims of the acts of terrorism in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
An official handout said he was talking to a delegation of the Mardan Bar Association led by its President Ameer Hussain at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat here. Minister for Law Imtiaz Shahid Qureshi, Minister for Education Muhammad Atif Khan and Member Provincial Assembly Iftikhar Mashwani was present on the occasion.
Ameer Hussain told the chief minister that compensation had been paid to the victims of Mardan terror attack and demanded the rehabilitation of the offices of the association, walkthrough gate and installation of CCTV cameras.
The chief minister directed the relevant officials to resolve their problem within the available resources. He also directed them to release of Rs50 lack he had announced for the Mardan Bar Association.
The chief minister said he would leave behind a system, where there would be no discrimination against anyone. He said that his government had introduced a system that was based on justice and that would give due rights to all and sundry.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Pervez Khattak directed the relevant officials to establish a setup for the promotion of sports in the province. He asked for conducting talent hunt and holding competitions at the tehsil and district level to provide opportunities to the talented youth to exhibit their skills.