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CM welcomes Chinese investment

By Bureau report
March 26, 2017

PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has welcomed the Chinese company for investment in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

He said the province has varieties of investment avenues. His government was giving attractive incentives and investment friendly environment to the investors, he told a delegation of Chinese Investment Company (China Engineering Company) at Chief Minister’s House on Saturday.

Secretary Local Government, Syed Jamaluddin Shah, Secretary C&W Asif Khan, Chairman EZDMC Ghulam Dastagir  and Mohsin Sayed were also present. The Chinese delegates showed interest in 40 KM long Ring Road and the new bus terminal in Peshawar, said a handout.

Chief Minister welcoming the Chinese investors said the government had opened the province to the investors and that was one of the reason, the foreign investors were coming to the province for investment.

The government had already finalized 100 projects for showcasing in the Beijing Road Show, he said, adding, some of our projects have become part of CPEC.

He said that all bus addas from Peshawar City were being shifted to a main Chamkani terminal where international standard bus terminal was being established at 100 acres of land where there were be all facilities.

A CPEC tower and a commercial complex have been planned at the existing bus stand after shifting it to the main terminal at Chamkani.

He wished the Chinese companies to come and take active part in the development of province and backdrop of CPEC. Meanwhile, a delegation of Best Way Cement Company led by Syed Asif Shah met the Chief Minister and informed him of his company’s willingness to establish a cement plant in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Secretary and DG Minerals were also present.

CM issues new policy on son qouta: Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has directed for the standing orders for the recruitment against the son quota, adding if there is no candidate, the posts should go to the open recruitment.

He also directed to send a list of transfers and recruitments within 15 days to the nazim under the devolved department of local bodies.

He was presiding over a meeting attended by provincial ministers, Ikramullah Khan Gandapur, Muhammad Atif Khan and administrative secretaries, etc, said a handout.

The chief minister directed that all the EDOs would have to leave behind written reason while going for the field duty.

He directed the secretary education to enhance the educational qualification applying for the lower division clerk and should have good typing speed and be computer literate.

The chief minister said that the local government system should be free from all interference, if any body was transferred on political ground, the order would stands cancel.

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