Supervision of private sector inevitable for industrial revolution: Karim Khan
PESHAWAR: Special Assistant to Chief Minister, Abdul Karim Khan has said that strong supervision of the private sector was inevitable for the industrial revolution in the province as envisioned by the incumbent government.
Chairing a meeting of Small Industries Development Board here on Tuesday, the adviser said that necessary facilities of electricity, gas, water, streetlights and sewerage would be provided to the industrialists of Warsak Road Peshawar, Shabqadar, Jahangira and Attock to enable them to promote their businesses.
He said the province could be made a model business hub if industrial zones were established in newly merged tribal districts.
To provide the best possible employment opportunities to the tribal youth, he said benefits from SIDB machinery would be realized to teach different skills to the youth through this institution.
He also stressed upon devising a comprehensive plan for commercial activities at all industrial zones for attaining desired monetary benefits through the industry.
MD Ghazanfar Ali, MDs Farooq Anwar, Sahibzada Zulfiqar Ali, Farid Qadir, Director Finance Abdul Kabir, joint directors Noman Fayaz, Muhammad Salim, Jamal Nasir, Abdul Hamid Khattak and Khizar Khattak were also present on the occasion. - APP