CM announces prize for brave policemen
PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak said peace was returning back but regretted that anti-states elements at the behest of their foreign masters started hatching conspiracy to disrupt peace. This he said while addressing the Bar Council at Tangi Charsadda and talking to media men during his visit to the area on Wednesday. The Chief Minister indicated certain factors behind the present wave of terrorism. They would not succeed in their mission to disrupt peace and create the sense of insecurity. The Chief Minister paid rich tributes to brave cops on duty whose timely action foiled their attempt and saved many precious lives. "We are proud of brave KP Police and salute them," he mentioned. The Chief Minister announced a prize of Rs. 5 million for Police Personnel. He also announced a package for martyres and injured of Charsadda blast. The Chief Minister said law & order situation was heading towards rapid improvement but forces inimical to progress and prosperity were hatching conspiracies, adding recent wave of terrorists attack was a well planned conspiracy of anti-state elements but their nefarious design would be foiled with collective and coordinated support of the whole nation. He said the political leadership, Pak Army, Police, Law enforcement agencies were all on the same page to fight this evil.