Image courtesy of For more reading, please visit a provincial government led by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has decided to meet with the head of the armed forces to discuss the development of a national strategy to combat terrorism. This decision was made in islamabad in response to recent attacks by militants on members of the provincial government. pakistan tehreek-i-insaf (pti) chief imran khan stated on sunday that the provincial government would write to the army chief through the office of the prime minister in a day or two to seek a meeting with general ashfaq parvez kayani. This statement was made at a gathering that was also attended by the chief minister of the province of kp, parvez khattak. Mr. Khan has issued a plea for “all national forces” to get together and devise a plan to combat terrorism. In the course of the last three weeks, the tehrik-i-taliban pakistan has been responsible for the deaths of two members of the kp legislature who belonged to the pti. “The KP cannot combat terrorism on its own since it lacks the necessary resources. This is a problem that affects the whole country and calls for a response on the national level. Mr. Khan made this statement while speaking at the convention of his party’s punjab branch. “as a result, we are requesting a meeting with the prime minister and the commander of the army staff to establish a national strategy against terrorism,” he said. The convention was attended by the whole leadership of the PTI, as well as its office-bearers from all 36 districts of the state of Punjab. In his first public speech after falling off a forklift on may 7 during an election rally in lahore, the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) reiterated his call for reaching a “political settlement” with the Taliban. The pti chairman still needs about a month to become fully fit after the accident. alluding to a remark made by General Nick Carter, the Deputy Commander of the NATO-Led Coalition in Afghanistan, in which he declared that the West Should Have Entered Into Talks With the Afghan Taliban, this sentence is an allusion to General Nick Carter’s statement. Mr. Khan made the following statement exactly ten years ago: “this is what I have been demanding for the last nine to ten years.” He said that while a political solution was necessary to put a stop to the bloodshed in Fata and other tribal regions, a different approach was required to address the law and order situation in Karachi as well as sectarian assaults. He said that the PTI will provide its feedback to the federal government and the army at the meeting that was being considered. Upon being reached, a member of the staff working in the office of the prime minister said that a response to the letter written by the kp government will be provided after the letter was presented to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. He went on to say that the federal government had previously announced its desire to work on formulating a national security strategy and that it was looking for feedback from all of the major parties. Regarding the local government elections, which the PTI had said would be its top priority during the campaign, Mr. Khan stated that the election process had been delayed due to his injury and underlined that the KP will soon have local governments in place. He went on to say that the province administration has settled on the decision to adopt a biometric technology for the elections for the local bodies. Mr. Khan instructed the PTI employees in the province of Punjab to prepare ready for a similar process to be carried out in their province because, after local governments have been installed in the province of Kashmir and Pakistan, other provincial governments would have no choice but to follow suit. It was declared that the administration of the KP will be taking a number of steps to strengthen governance in the days to come. As an illustration, he stated that the provincial government would promulgate a “right to services act.” According to this act, if a department failed to facilitate the masses within a certain period of time, it would be fined. On the other hand, employees who provided timely service would be paid bonuses. He also stated that the provincial government would promulgate a “right to housing act.” electrical crisis: the head of the PTI was optimistic that following the completion of new projects in five years, not only would kp be able to fulfill its own need for energy, but it would also be able to provide power to neighboring provinces. He predicted that over the next few months, people would be aware of the pti’s ambitions to tap into new resources in order to create power. In the midst of shouts, Mr. Khan made the following announcement: “We will… [be] such an example to other provincial administrations… of governance that people all around the nation will vote for us in upcoming elections.” He said that the party had submitted a petition to the supreme court requesting a comprehensive probe into the vote rigging in four seats, which the pti would fight for after the holy month of ramadan and even start a protest movement for if it were necessary. Mr. Khan said that the PTI had accepted the results of the election but was interested in learning how the elections (in particular seats) had been manipulated. He also stated that the party has sufficient proof to support its allegation in the court of law. He said that the next time, “we will go into elections with thorough preparedness,” after acknowledging that the PTI was not entirely prepared to go into elections since their intra-party polls had prolonged for 11 months instead of the three months as anticipated. Mr. Khan also admitted that he had made errors in the distribution of party tickets and in the selection of candidates for seats that were reserved for women. He promised that such errors would not be repeated.

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