Former Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan and former Federal Minister Murad Saeed have said that the life of the people has been made miserable by imposing an “imported government”.
Today, the people of Malakand Division have openly given a message to the opposing political forces that Malakand Division and Swat belong to Tehreek-e-Insaaf. I will visit all the areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The people have great love for Tehreek-e-Insaf and Imran Khan. We had given relief to the people during our regime, the imported government has also taken it back. He expressed his views while addressing a large public meeting at Nishat Chowk Mingora, where Divisional President PTI Fazal Hakeem Khan, City Mayor Shahid Ali, former Provincial Minister Dr Amjad also addressed the meeting.
Ex-ministers and ex-members of assembly from Malakand division were also present on this occasion. The people participating in the rally raised slogans of disapproval of the imported government. Mahmood Khan said that a revolution has been created in Swat and Malakand Division, all the hospitals have been upgraded, provision of medical facilities to the people has been ensured at their doorstep. If the development works are mentioned, we have taken revolutionary steps in the last four and a half years, they are in front of the people.
He said that when Imran Khan was in government, people were prosperous, inflation was low and people were getting relief. After the imposition of the imported government, the problems of the people increased and the life of the people became difficult. He said that people were deceived first in the name of Islam and then in the name of the rights of Pakhtuns, while there is a long history of sacrifices of Pakhtuns for the sake of the country and nation which cannot be ignored.
Pakhtuns have made a new history by making sacrifices for the establishment of peace in the country. We want peace and will go to the last extent for the sake of peace. We have repeatedly brought to the notice of the imported government that the province owes 280 billion rupees to the centre, it should be given to it, but the imported government kept silent on it.