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    File photo of PTI leader Pervez Khattak. Photo: NNI PESHAWAR:
    The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has been blamed for going against its slogan of change after taking charge of the provincial government.
    The allegations emerged after Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) Chief Minister Pervez Khattak last Wednesday appointed 10 lawmakers as advisers and special assistants who will enjoy ministerial-level powers and are entitled to the same facilities.

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    A PTI insider on the condition of anonymity admitted differences over the allotment of ministries were still prevailing within the party, adding this was causing disappointment among activists.The PTI insider claimed there were two groups within the party. The first was led by Chief Minister Pervez Khattak and the second by K-P Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser.“Those individuals who were not given ministries have been adjusted as advisors who have powers similar to those of a minister,” he explained. “Persistent rifts have compelled party workers to write letters of complaints to PTI chief Imran Khan.”Constitutional expert Quresh Khattak explained provincial cabinets were limited to 15 ministers, including the chief minister, under the 18th Amendment. He said Clause 130 (6), which was introduced by the amendment, clearly defined the size of the cabinet. “The cabinet is to be collectively responsible to the provincial assembly and its total strength is not to exceed 15 members under Article 130.”Awami National Party (ANP) Information Secretary Mian Iftikhar Hussain told The Express Tribune the PTI government was failing to bring good governance back to the province, adding K-P was already engulfed by a plethora of chronic challenges.He said the PTI was bound to obey rules envisaged under the 18th Constitutional Amendment. “However, these additional advisors and special assistants are making this government’s reign similar to those of past rulers. It can be said that the government has 25 ministers after 10 advisors and special assistants, vested with ministerial powers, are coupled with 15 appointed members of the cabinet.”The former information minister questioned why special assistants were being tasked with overseeing a range of portfolios such as mining and minerals, higher education and population welfare as if they were ministers. He alleged incumbent ministers were taking full advantage of their incentives and perks, which they had promised their voters they would stay away from.“Over Rs15 million in additional expenditures for advisors and special assistants groups is a burden on the provincial exchequer,” he argued, adding this had also weakened confidence in the new government. Hussain criticised leaders of the provincial government for being involved in a tug of war over ministries, while militants were regrouping and taking advantage of the party’s internal weaknesses.Published in The Express Tribune, June 26th, 2013.
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    Default Re: Ground realities?: ‘PTI failing to live up to its promises’

    hmm will see.. IK should take action

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    Default Re: Ground realities?: ‘PTI failing to live up to its promises’

    Too early to say they failed. Try to compare every other provincial governments and the Federal government. This article is based on utter jealousy and biased opinion.
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    Default Re: Ground realities?: ‘PTI failing to live up to its promises’

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