First ever Khuli Khachehri for Minorities in Bunnu

First ever Khuli Khachehri for Minorities in Bunnu

IRFAN BAHADUR

PESHAWAR: On the directive of the Chief Secretary Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Muhammad Azam Khan, first ever khuli kachehri for minorities was arranged in Bannu district aiming to resolve issues confronted to minority communities on the spot.

Deputy Commissioner Bannu, Muhammad Ali Asghar on this occasion said that issues relating to minorities would be resolved on priority basis after hearing grievances of minorities’ communities.

He directed all relevant departments to solve minorities’ issues with immediate effect.

Additional Deputy  Commissioner  Kamran  Khan, Assistant Commissioner  Sher Khan while  priest  Shakeel  Jan from  Christian and  Rakish  Azeem of Hindu community  attended the occasion.

Representatives of minorities  apprised DC with  regard  to their  problems  including  water   and quota system in  education  system and asked  for facilitating them in this  regard.

Later, Deputy Commissioner ensured that all of their issues would be solved on priority basis and all resources would be utilized forthwith for solution of their problems.

He on the spot issued directives to relevant departments to give priority for resolving problems of minorities.


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