KP budget juggling of figures: ANP.

PESHAWAR -- The Awami National Party (ANP) on Tuesday termed the KP budget 2022-23 as juggling of figures, saying it was a failed attempt and a mere deceptive move.

Provincial General Secretary and Parliamentary Leader of ANP in KP Assembly, Sardar Hussain Babak in his statement said that the KP government had failed to contest the case of the province. He said announcements were made for medical colleges but the allocations were not even sufficient for a revenue office (Patwar Khana).

Babak said allocations of millions were announced for the projects that would cost billions of rupees, adding the total amount has reached to Rs 1,300 billion, for ongoing schemes in the province.

Criticising the KP budget, the parliamentary leader further said that the provincial government seemed to be helpless and only the blue-eyed institutions and political figures were given benefits in the annual budget. Due to KP government's neglect, the education sector had been made a joke, he added.


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