PESHAWAR - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister, Ameer Haider Khan Hoti distributed compensation cheques among heirs of martyrs and injured persons of current terrorism incidents at Matani, Scheme Chowk and Abdara Road Peshawar during a function at CM House on Wednesday. The chief minister distributed cheques worth Rs 3 lakh each among heirs of 17 Shuhadas and four injured respectively. Deputy Speaker Khushdil Khan, MPAs Alamgir Khalil and Atif-ur-Rahman, Commissioner Peshawar Tariq Jamel, DCO Javed Marwat, Concerned authorities and members of affected families were also present on the occasion.The chief minister strongly condemned terrorism incidents and said that shedding blood of innocent people were enemies to religion, humanity, peace and the country. He reiterated the resolve for struggle against these elements till the last. He said that government and people of the province were equally held in grief and sufferings of affected families. He said that nothing can substitute human life, however this pity effort of financial assistance from the government aimed at lessening burden of life needs and demands of affected people and expression of solidarity with them. The chief minister said that there were times in Peshawar where terrorist strikes were after average 36 hours. He said improvement and change in situation realised due to patience of the people and dutifulness of police and security forces. He said that “we are still confronting the threat and our resolve for eradication of enemies to humanity, religion and peace was unshakeable.” Collective prayer was offered for peace in heaven of the deceased and speedy health of the injured.DCO Javed Marwat presented the report and said that today compensation cheques were distributed among effectees of Mattani (August 31), Abdara Road (September03) and Scheme Chowk (September 19) incidents. He said that compensation to affectees within one week was as directed by the chief minister, however, the delay was due to continuity in these incidents. Later on the chief minister distributed compensation cheques among heirs of Shuhada and injured that included four women.Meanwhile, the chief minister handed over keys of buses to four different degree colleges of the province in a function at chief minister secretariat. The colleges included; Government Girls Degree College Sorani, Government Girls Degree College (Bannu), Government Girls Degree College Nawan Shehr (Abbotabad) and Government Girls Degree College Takht Bhai (Mardan). Provincial Minister Higher Education Qazi Asad, concerned authorities and ANP districts office bearers were also present on the occasion. Meanwhile, the University of Peshawar’s Department of Journalism and Mass Communication is all set to establish its own television studio, wherein the students would be offered internships from this year. This was revealed by former chairman and executive director of Campus Radio, University of Peshawar, Prof Dr Shahjehan Syed while addressing the inaugural ceremony of the newly refurbished studios for the Campus Radio. The studio renovated at a cost of one million rupees from the funds provided by Internews Pakistan was jointly inaugurated by President Peshawar University Teachers Association Jamil Ahmed Chitrali and representative of Internews Gohar Ali. Dr Shahejehan Syed said equipment for the establishment of a TV studio has been provided by Deutsche Welle Germany while GiZ is also helping us in training of faculty. We are well on our way to set up a Television Station at University of Peshawar, through their help, which will go a long way in imparting training to the students and making of quality academic programs documentaries in the future. With the inaugural ceremony, the broadcasting of Campus Radio has restarted which will send it transmission on airways from 11am to 12pm and 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm respectively. A one thousand Watt transmitter has also been installed at the channel, which will enhance our broadcasting to around Peshawar City, he informed