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KP Governor Accuses Provincial Government of Misleading Supreme Court on VC Appointments

PESHAWAR: The Governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has accused the provincial government of misleading the Supreme Court regarding the appointment of vice-chancellors.

Speaking to the media, the governor expressed his dissatisfaction, stating, “The dancing horses could not run in the race field,” a metaphor indicating his belief that the current administration is not performing as expected. He elaborated on the issue by criticizing the provincial government’s handling of significant appointments, suggesting that there was a lack of transparency and honesty in their dealings with the Supreme Court.

He extended an open invitation to the leaders and members of all political parties, stating that they are welcome to visit the governor’s house. Specifically, he noted that the leadership of the People’s Party will be visiting openly, signifying a gesture of political inclusiveness and cooperation.

The governor announced plans to establish a task force soon to address the various issues facing the province. This task force aims to develop and implement solutions to improve governance and resolve ongoing problems that have been plaguing Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Emphasizing the importance of maintaining a calm and strategic approach in politics, the governor advised against being driven by emotions. He stressed that effective political leadership requires a cool mind, capable of making rational decisions for the greater good of the province and its people.

Additionally, the governor proposed an innovative approach to combating terrorism by utilizing the province’s lands for farming. He suggested that agricultural development could play a crucial role in curbing terrorism, providing economic stability, and reducing the influence of extremist groups by offering alternative livelihoods to the local population.

In summary, the governor’s remarks highlighted a call for honesty in governance, political inclusivity, strategic problem-solving, and innovative approaches to regional security and development.

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