PESHAWAR  - Chairman Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf Imran Khan asked the public to pinpoint weaknesses of the provincial government and communicate them to the high-ups for improvement of governance in the province.

He said this while talking on live radio transmission via 92.2 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa radio and 107.4 Samaa radio in Peshawar on Friday. He was accompanied by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak and KP Education Minister Attif Khan.

To a question regarding PIA privatisation, PTI chairman said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should take the parliament on board and should have convinced the PIA employees on privatisation. He said that in democracy every thing is done with proper dialogue and consultation and if people are being targeted with guns then it is not democracy.

Replying to a question about what credit his party can claim in the province, Imran Khan said that it can get credit of decentralisation of power, de-politicisation of institutes, bring reforms in health sector, plantation of billion trees tsunami project, and improving the performance of police and patwaris.

Regarding the provincial issues of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, a resident of Sawabi asked chief minister that what progress have been made in China Pakistan Economic Corridor. The chief minister replied that a letter has been send by the federal government to satisfy the provincial government and in this connection he will hold another meeting with federal government to get due share in the CPEC project.

To a question asked by a resident of Mardan Asad Khan regarding completion of Tahkhtbai fly over, the Chief Minister replied that this project was initiated by the National Highway Authority which works under federal government and that was the reason that the PML-N government was defaming PTI on this project.

To another question by Tariq Khan regarding non-transfer of funds to Local Bodies representatives, the chief minister said that all funds have been transferred to district Nazims and Vice Nazims and soon the issues of the public will be addressed at local level. He said that no delay will be tolerated in this regard and if any one found embezzlement strict action would be taken against them.

To a question regarding security to government schools, Provincial Minister for Education Mohammad Atif Khan said that government has raised the boundary walls of every government school, installed barbwires and security cameras while local security guards have been directed to be vigilant in their duties.

He said that the performance of the government schools have been also improved as there is no political intervention in the appointment of teachers and all the appointment is being made through NTS. He said that for the first time in the history of KP, 28 per cent budget is being spent on education.

To a question regarding micro hydroelectric projects, the chief minister said that Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is developing small hydro power projects which will provide electricity to one million people of mountainous areas. He said that cheap electricity would be provided through these micro power projects.

A resident of Karak questioned the performance of their MNA Nasir Khan, the PTI chief replied that he has been kicked out from the party due to his bad reputation and now the concern MPAs have been directed to improve their performance.

The telephonic session continued for one hour and 15 persons, including a female, phoned Imran Khan and Chief Minister Pervez Khattak.