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Terrorism hampering economic growth in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Chief Minister

December 7, 2010 - Peshawar

The economic growth of Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province has been seriously affected by the menace of terrorism, Chief Minister Ameer Haidar Khan Hoti has said.

Addressing a gathering on the inauguration of Tehsil Headquarters Hospital in Takht Bhai, Hoti said that terrorism and floods in KP had seriously hampered the economic growth of the province, The News reported.

However, all confronting problems would be overpowered with the support of the people, he added.

"We do not believe in criticism for the sake of criticism. We will make silent our opponents through people welfare works and are committed for overcoming economic instability with firm faith and spirit of serving the people," Hoti remarked.

Despite enormous challenges, the KP government along with its coalition parties was successfully heading towards its goals, and no hurdle or deficiency would be tolerated in the way of people's welfare, the chief minister said.


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