PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government will launch a comprehensive report on its first 100 days in office.
This was disclosed at a special cabinet meeting on Monday convened to assess the progress on the 100-day plan, according to a statement.
On the occasion, Chief Minister Mahmood Khan said that the progress on the 100-day plan was satisfactory and would benefit the people.
He said the provincial government was working on the plan with full commitment and dedication and hoped that the plan would bring about positive changes in the lives of citizens.
He said the plan would be completed by December, which he claimed, would help the government set its priorities for the next five years. He said the provincial and federal governments were on the same page and urged the administrative secretaries to focus on their respective departments to timely finalise the targets of the plan.
Advisor to the prime minister on establishment Arbab Shehzad insisted that the 100-day plan would change the destiny of the country.
Briefing the participants on the progress made so far, he said revolutionary steps like e-governance would add to the strength of the plan which would ultimately result in framing people-friendly policies.
The statement said some of the targets set in the plan had already been achieved which would be inaugurated shortly.
It was agreed upon that a comprehensive report on the plan would help the government materialise its priorities during the next five years.
The meeting was also attended by senior minister Atif Khan, minister for local government Shahram Khan, information minister Shaukat Ali Yousafzai, health minister Hisham Inamullah Khan, chief secretary Naveed Kamran Baloch, IGP Salahuddin Mehsud and administrative secretaries.
Published in Dawn, November 6th, 2018