KP cabinet abolishes provincial Ehtesab Commission

Mehmood Khan

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa cabinet Wednesday decided to abolish Ehtesab Commission in the province.
Talking to newsmen after provincial cabinet meeting, spokesman for the government Shaukat Yousafzai said that there was no need for Ehstesab Commission . He said that the government decided to abolish the Ehtesab Commission. The cabinet decided that anti-corruption department would be activated at province, division and district level.
The cabinet also formed committee for police and local government reforms in tribal districts, which have been merged with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Chief Minister Mehmood Khan chaired the provincial cabinet meeting. The cabinet also decided to make amendments in relevant laws for police reforms and speedy and cheap justice system in the province. The cabinet also formed a committee for civil service reforms, which would be headed by chief minister.
The provincial cabinet also decided award contract of Chasma Right Canal project to a Chinese company, which would $1.2 billion. The project would help resolve the water supply problem in southern districts. The undeserving people would be excluded from Sehat Insaf card system, while the deserving people would be given the cards. The minister and secretary of health would be responsible for taking care of the health cards.


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