ANP leader to move court
MANSEHRA, Feb 5: A local ANP leader and brother of provincial minister Nimroz Khan, Shaukat Ali Khan, said on Tuesday he would move court against what he claimed appointments of 83 female primary teachers in Torghar education department on fake domiciles.
Speaking at a press conference in Oghi on Tuesday, he said, “We would not allow anybody to exploit the employment opportunities of the locals and would challenge the recent appointments of female teachers in Torghar education department employed on fake domiciles,” said Mr Khan.
He, however, said the new district of Torghar was a great gift of ANP government for the people of the area, adding his brother Nimroz Khan had got approved Rs4 billion developmental package for the district.
“The ANP not only changed the tribal status of the area from a tribal area to a settled district but also provided the local people with the employment opportunities,” said Mr Shaukat. —Correspondent