Centre trying to pave way for governor's rule in KP: CM.

LOWER DIR -- Chief Minister Mahmood Khan has alleged that federal government is causing financial instability in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by withholding its budgeted share to pave way for governor's rule.

He said that a democratically elected government was toppled under the regime change conspiracy and corrupt politicians were brought in power.

The chief minister said that the incumbent federal cabinet was not representing Pakistanis and was brought in power to serve alien interests. 'The time for the 'do more' narrative has come to an end as Pakistanis now demand relations with the international community on an equality basis,' he added.

Addressing a public gathering here, he said that Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chairman Imran Khan was working for true independence of the country that's why attempt was made on his life.

Mahmood alleges rulers want to oust Imran from political arena

The chief minister alleged that corrupt rulers wanted to remove Imran Khan from political landscape by any means to pave the way for serving their alien masters and continuing their corrupt practices.

During his day-long visit to Upper Dir, the chief minister also inaugurated various development projects and performed groundbreaking of various others.

He inaugurated Rescue 1122 building in Ankar that has been completed at a cost of Rs53.56 million. Similarly, he performed groundbreaking of the cadet college, which will be established over an area of 514 kanals to house 600 students. The project will be completed at an estimated cost of Rs3.6 billion.

Groundbreaking of 44-kilometre Patrak to Thal Kumrat road was also performed in addition to construction, rehabilitation and widening of over 30-kilometre of link roads at...

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