KP govt dismantles class-based education system: Khattak

PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak Monday said that the provincial government had dismantled the class based education system in the province.

He was addressing a PTI joining gathering at Ziarat Kaka Sahib, Spin Kanni of District Nowshera. District Nazim, Liaqat Khattak, Gohar Ali Shah Kakakhel, Saeedullah, District Councilor Kashif Turk, District General Secretary Malik Ibrar, Amjad Azam alias Quaid-e-Azam and Ashfaq Paracha. Latif Khattak, Mohammad Fahad Khattak, Imran Khan also addressed the gathering.

He said that now the poor are getting education in English in order to be in the field to compete in an open playing field with the rich. He said that reforms in education and other public sector

institutions are making them apolitical.

The Chief Minister said that the province had for the first time a uniform developmental strategy with focus on poor as per advice of Chairman PTI Imran Khan. The major chunk of resources was being spent on the welfare of poor, he added.

He said that 1.4 million families have been given Sehat Insaf Cards and another one million families would have the same facilities this year that would address to the health related problems of poor and they would get up to Rs.0.5 million free healthcare facilities, he added. He said his government was providing urea and seed on subsidize rates to the farmers.

The Chief Minister assured that the employees, doctors, teachers, paramedics etc recruited through

NTS and EATA would be regularized soon. He lamented that the previous rulers and their rules were exploitative in nature and they looted the resources.