Urmar says govt taking steps to tackle environmental pollution
PESHAWAR: Minister for Forests and Environment and Wildlife Mohammad Ishtiaq Urmar said the government has taken steps for the development of forests and efforts have been made to reduce environmental pollution in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in particular and other provinces in general.
The government has initiated various programs to provide relief to the public. “No one thought about the life of the common man,” he was stated in an official statement Sunday.
He said the PTI government was serving people without any discrimination and political affiliation.
He said steps were being taken to reduce dependency on forests to stop deforestation with an aim to reduce environmental pollution.
People should also support the government in this regard, he said, adding, “Effective PTI measures would bring change and prosperity in the country.”
Talking to a delegation from Niabat constituency in Peshawar, he assured that all out efforts would be taken to facilitate people besides ensuring relief to the general public without party affiliation.
The delegation informed the Minister about the problems of the area. The Minister assured the delegation of contacting the concerned departments on their behalf, adding that every effort would be made for a possible solution of their problems.
The development schemes launched in KP-69 will be completed in the stipulated time so that the people could get their benefits directly. – APP