CM orders to finalize new industrial policy for KP
Chitral Times Report
Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak had ordered to
finalize new industrial policy for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by 26th next.
He also summoned the Board of Directors (BOD) meeting of Technical
Education & Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) on 25th May, 2015
for approving arrangements of modern technical education in
collaboration of Pakistan Air Force and TEVTA. He directed the
Industries department and TEVTA to finalize the required agreement
immediately for the collaboration and acquiring technical
assistance of PAF.
Presiding over a meeting in this regard at CM House today, the
Chief Minister expressed his displeasure over delay in initiation
of technical courses in the selected Vocational Training Institutes
of industries department with technical assistance of PAF and
warned that red tapism in the public and people’s affairs will be
dealt with strict disciplinary action against those responsible for
this. He directed the MD, TEVTA to present the proposed agreement
between TEVTA and PAF in next BOD meeting for consideration.
The meeting also discussed other affairs regarding partnership of
TEVTA and PAF and took various decisions in this respect. The
dilapidated condition of roads and other facilities in Hayatabad
Industrial Estate and Small Industrial Estate, Peshawar were also
come under discussion during the meeting.
Senator, Noman Wazir, concerned authorities of PAF, Secretary
Industries and Managing Director, TEVTA attended the meeting.
Meanwhile a joint meeting of Water Supply and Sanitation Project (WSSP),
Municipal Services Project (MSP), and Municipal Administration was
held at CM House today with Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,
Pervez Khattak in the chair. The provincial Minister for Minerals,
Ziaullah Afridi also attended the meeting besides heads of the
municipal projects. The meeting reviewed in detail the cleanliness
condition of roads and streets, collection and disposal of solid
waste, sanitation and drinking water arrangements in Peshawar and
several decisions were taken to expedite the pace of work on
several ongoing projects of municipal services. It was informed
that certain international companies were being approached for
cleanliness and solid waste management of Peshawar. The meeting
also considered flood prevention arrangements in major canals of
The Chief Minister directed the heads of the projects to complete
all the municipal projects by August next and expand the waste
collection and disposal services to village and neighborhood
councils’ level. He was of the view that faulty tube wells of
Public Health should be rehabilitated instead of installing new
tube wells and directed the PHE department to hand over such 70
tube wells to MSP for repair and rehabilitation.