PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mehmood Khan Thursday said the provincial government would construct Angor Adda and Ghulam Khan border points in North Waziristan and Afghanistan alike Torkham.
Addressing 'Khuli Katchery' (open court) during his visit to North Waziristan, he said the government has allocated Rs 83 billion for seven tribal districts to bring development and prosperity there.
He appreciated the tribal people for having positive thinking about development projects, adding that who would resist the development process would be dealt strictly.
The CM said that the government has given pen to tribal children by replacing gun and pistols. Soon the tribal districts would be brought at par with other developed areas of the country, he asserted.
Mehmood Khan said that a handful of people wanted to sabotage peace process in the name of religion with a view to stop government from executing projects of public welfare.
He expressed resolve of the government to ensure complete peace in tribal districts and protect lives and properties of tribal people without letting anyone to create unrest.
He said all the development...