Chief Minister of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Pervaiz Khattak on Sunday said US drone attack which killed TTP chief Hakimullah is not an ordinary coincidence but part of well-orchestrated conspiracies against Pakistan.

He said that peace in the region, especially Pakistan, is against the US interests therefore it intentionally targeted TTP leader to sabotage peace efforts.

The cowardly attack came at a the time when Government authorities and Taliban were ready to sit together for resolving the issues through talks when reveal the US demonic designs, the CM Pervaiz Khattak said while taking to Dr Murtaza Mughal, President of the PEW.

He said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has been ensuring speedy progress in the province through reforms.

A powerful and independent Accountability Commission will start functioning in the province soon which will be able to arrest anyone including the chief minister, he added.

PTI has planned to provide free education and healthcare facilities to all without any discrimination while computerisation of all land records would bring an end to complaints of corruption.

Pervaiz Khattak said that affluent people have been offering to donate billions to support our cause of education which will turn the backward province around.

The Chief Minister added that the issue of insurgency can be resolved if clerics move in the right direction with a political will. 

He added that issue of militancy is linked to provision of economic opportunities in the province and across the Fata for which PTI is trying best as it will renew hope in the dejected masses. 

If the federal government failed to properly engage in peace talks with the Taliban, the PTI would initiate the process on its own; we will stop NATO supplies in case of continued drone strikes, he warned.

Speaking at the occasion, Dr Murtaza Mughal said that many countries want continued turmoil in Pakistan. He said peace is also linked to selfless efforts, provision of justice and employment.

Federal government has been deceiving masses in the name of reforms which are nothing but an effort to push Pakistan deeper into slavery, said Dr. Mughal.