PESHAWAR: Jamaat-i-Islami has communicated its worry over the moderate pace of work on foundation of colleges in Dir and Chitral regions and focused on the requirement for making a move against the individuals who have conveyed a terrible name to the Bank of Khyber.
As per an announcement, these reservations were passed on to Chief Minister Pervez Khattak by a JI designation, headed by its common boss Mushtaq Ahmed Khan, at the CM House here on Thursday. Gathering's commonplace Senior Minister Inayatullah Khan, Finance Minister Muzaffar Said and Minister for Zakat and Ushr Habibur Rehman were additionally among the agents.
The designation requested that the main pastor make a move against those included in slandering the Bank of Khyber in the light of a report of bureau panel and a commercial that showed up in media for the benefit of BoK for looking for conciliatory sentiment.
The JI pioneers likewise communicated worry over a letter sent from the CM House to the BoK top managerial staff and said that the matter ought to be taken to its coherent decision.
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About advancement extends, the JI pioneers communicated disappointment over the moderate procedure of setting up a college in Chitral, building college in Upper Dir and medicinal school in Timergara, and requested of the CM to issue orders for quick finish of the undertakings.
The KP JI boss additionally passed on the gathering's reservations about the empty posts of religious philosophy instructors in government schools and said that the educators' arrangement and reestablishment was an absolute necessity for direction of the schoolchildren. He proposed fuse of some expositions about the Islamic history and legends of Islam in the syllabus.
He guaranteed the central pastor that JI would proceed with its battle for the western course of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and requested of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to satisfy his dedication in such manner. He said that JI would keep on playing its part to get due share of KP in the NFC Awad, net hydel benefit and oil and gas sovereignty.