Muqam flays KP govt for 'ignoring' Battagram.

BATTAGRAM -- Adviser to the prime minister Eng Amir Muqam has criticised the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for 'not' initiating a single development project in Battagram district.

He was speaking at a ceremony held here on Saturday.

Later, he also attended a workers' convention, where former MPAs Nawabzada Wali Mohammad Khan, Mohammad Rashad Khan, PML-N Battagram president, and local leaders were also present.

Mr Muqam inaugurated a transmission line from Allai Khwar to Thakot grid station, upgradation of the grid from 33KVA to 132KVA and establishment of Wapda office in Thakot.

Speaking on this occasion, he alleged corruption was rampant in the PTI government, but the party was blaming opposition for it. He declared that the failed policies of the former PTI government at the centre had...

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