PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Justice (retd) Syed Arshad Hussain Shah is spearheading a transformative initiative in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, unveiling an ambitious plan to send 500,000 skilled workers overseas.
The program, with a strategic focus on enhancing technical education, aims to equip individuals with the necessary skills for success in international markets.
This comprehensive initiative not only prioritizes workforce development but also includes a range of measures dedicated to improving the well-being and prosperity of the province’s residents.
Chief Minister Shah shared this vision during his visit to the Peshawar Press Club, where he inaugurated a state-of-the-art 25 KV solar system.
This eco-friendly installation, executed for Rs6.4 million, anticipates annual savings of up to Rs2 million in electricity expenses.
Key figures, including K-P Caretaker Provincial Minister for Information Barrister Feroz Jamal Shah Kakakhel, Chief Secretary Nadeem Aslam Chaudhry, and Information Secretary Abdul Jabbar Shah, joined Chief Minister Shah at the inauguration.
The ceremony served as a platform for Chief Minister Shah to emphasize the importance of enhanced governance aligned with principles of efficient public service delivery.
He reaffirmed the caretaker government’s commitment to addressing various public concerns, ranging from drug-related issues to street crimes, adulteration, hoarding, price hikes, traffic problems, encroachments, and revenue matters.
The Prosperous Pakhtunkhwa Program extends beyond the goal of sending skilled workers abroad; it aims to create an environment conducive to sustainable development and actively resolves pressing public issues.
The inauguration of the solar system symbolizes the government’s dedication to embracing clean energy solutions, aligning economic progress with environmental responsibility.