Mahmood Khan, the Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), has directed Inspector General (IG) Moazzam Jah Ansari to conduct a tough crackdown on street offenders throughout the province.
The directives were given during a recent gathering to discuss the province’s good governance agenda. CM KP served as the meeting’s chair, while representatives from many departments were present.
CM KP was informed on the Pakistan Citizen’s Portal report at the meeting. The CM was informed that KP has rated #1 for the fourth year in a row for promptly resolving public concerns.
The CM also gave the Works Department four days to provide a report on the dishonest staff. Additionally, he commanded all district administrations to monitor the patwaris’ performance and submit their performance reports every 15 days.
The CM stated that as this is the provincial government’s final year in office, the advantages of the changes implemented during this time should be felt by the populace.
Additionally, he gave the go-ahead to begin a thorough crackdown on hoarding, adulteration, and beggars. Additionally, he gave instructions to the Regional Police Officers (RPOs) to create a strategy to handle the chaotic traffic situation in the province’s major cities. Additionally, he gave the order to step up the province’s war against encroachment.
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