KOHAT: A jirga (tribal council) in Kohat, Pakistan has expressed its disappointment with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) Chief Minister Mahmood Khan for failing to initiate any major development project in the region.
Despite the region generating billions of rupees in royalties from oil and gas exploration, no major development projects have been carried out in the region.
The council also highlighted the failure of local lawmakers to keep promises to widen the main artery in front of the Kohat Gate and build a recycling plant and the Liaquat Memorial Hospital, which was inaugurated in 2018 by former prime minister Pervez Khattak but is yet to be completed. constructed.
The council also complained that the KDA Teaching Hospital had not received the necessary machines despite pledges by lawmakers to provide them.
It was also announced by the council that the authorities have inaugurated the recycling plant several times but failed to start its construction.