Malakand: Shakeel Khan, the Provincial Minister for Public Health Engineering, urged competent agencies on Thursday to take concrete steps to complete ongoing development initiatives in Malakand district within the timeframe set.

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He stated that a number of projects in the education, health, social welfare, and public health engineering sectors have been established, and that the necessary monies have been released for those projects. He stated that concrete steps will be taken to accomplish these projects on time, and that these development-oriented activities would help the area’s socioeconomic development.

He stated that the health and education sectors were given top priority by the administration, and that development of hospitals, provision of upgraded machinery, and staff shortages were all addressed on an emergency basis. Similarly, the provincial minister stated that revolutionary efforts are being done to improve education equality even further in order to attain national prosperity.

New schools are being built, some are being rebuilt, and a second shift programme has been established to boost literacy rates, particularly in rural regions, he said. He made these remarks while speaking to a group of former Malakand District Tehsil and District Nazims.

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Former Agra Nazim Ijaz, Sadiq Shah, former Tehsil Member Yasin Malik, Maqbool Khan, and Murad Khan were among the delegation’s members. Shakeel Khan, the Provincial Minister for Public Health Engineering, added that street coach paving and other development projects were still underway, and that efficient efforts were being taken to address people’s problems right at their doorstep.

During the execution of these initiatives, he stated that transparency and high-quality work were ensured.

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