PESHAWAR: Caretaker Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mohammad Azam Khan, along with his cabinet members Monday visited the Corps Headquarters in Peshawar, where he attended a meeting regarding security situation and development projects.
The meeting was attended by Corps Commander Peshawar, Lieutenant General Hassan Azhar Hayat, and other senior civil and military officials. The meeting was briefed on the overall security situation, ongoing developmental projects in the merged districts and the enhancement of police preparedness.
Participants emphasized the importance of projects aimed at social and economic development, including the establishment of new tourist destinations and exploration of minerals in the merged districts. These initiatives are considered crucial for sustainable peace and progress in the region.
The meeting also reviewed the Border Management Control mechanism, including measures to curb smuggling and recommendations for the advancement of a comprehensive and organized approach to address these issues effectively.
Participants underscored the significance of bolstering the capacity of the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD), among other police units, and expressed confidence in recent successes by the police in thwarting terrorist activities across the province.
The meeting paid heartfelt tribute to the supreme sacrifices made by the martyrs who laid down their lives in defense of the motherland, ensuring its security, safety, and regional integrity.