PESHAWAR - Qaumi Watan Party (QWP) Chairman Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao said on Monday that a special package would be announced to rebuild the collapsed infrastructure in Malakand division particularly in Swat district if his party was voted to power in the coming elections.“Around 2.5 million people of Malakand division had got displaced and the infrastructure, including scores of schools, bridges and roads were destroyed, which are yet to be reconstructed,” he told a well-attended public meeting held in Gulkada area in Swat district to mark the 38th death anniversary of Shaheed Hayat Mohammad Khan Sherpao.QWP leaders Bakht Baidar Khan, Fazl Rehman, former Senator Shujaul Mulk, Sher Badurzada Khan and others also addressed the gathering where several activists and supporters of the Awami National Party and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, including former Nazim Bacha Khan, Dil Nawaz, Anwar Shah, Ehsanullah, Ali Mohammad Khan, Fida Hussain, Sabz Ali and others announced joining the QWP.He deplored that neither the president nor the prime minister had paid any visit to the Malakand division to express solidarity with the militancy-hit people. “We will introduce a comprehensive financial package to revive the tourism sector in the picturesque Swat valley in order to attract foreign and local tourists that will not only generate revenue, but will also create job opportunities for the common people in general and the youth in particular,” Aftab Sherpao said while laying out his party’s plan made for the uplift of the scenic valley if came into power.The QWP leader said that there was a lot of potential for hydel power generation in Swat and the rest of the Malakand Division and his party would work out a plan to tap the water resources so as to help overcome the energy crisis.He also said that the security forces needed to move out of the Malakand division and transfer its control to the civil administration. Aftab Sherpao said the chief minister and leader of the opposition in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly held talks about the installation of the caretaker setup in the province without taking other political parties into confidence. “There is no transparency in the process to put in place an interim setup and there is uncertainty in this regard,” he maintained.   He said the QWP would restore viable and sustainable peace after securing landslide victory in the upcoming general elections and would rid the country of corrupt and unscrupulous elements.