PESHAWAR - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister Bashir Ahmad Bilour and Minister for Information and Public Relations Mian Iftikhar Hussain have distributed cheques among the victims of Battagram bomb blast. In a function held at the Degree College, Battagram, on Tuesday, they also announced on behalf of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government the grant of Rs 3.00 million, a residential plot and provision of employment to a member of the families of each martyred police official. MPA Taj Muhammad Tarand, Inspector General of Police Fayyaz Ahmad Toru, officers of the local administration, notables of the area and heirs of the martyred and the injured attended the function. Speaking on the occasion, the Senior Minister Bashir Ahmad Bilour termed the war against terrorism in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa third world war and stated that KP was being directly targeted in this war. He said, we - the people and government - will have to get prepared to face this challenge. He stated that although their government, masses and the armed forces were untidily combating the unknown enemies of the country and their role and spirit of patriotism was highly laudable yet certain forces having vested interests were trying to mislead the nation. He, however, said that the ANP government was trying its level best at every front to bring peace and harmony following its strong commitment against the menace of terrorism. Expressing his views at the gathering, the Information Minister Mian Iftikhar Hussain referred to the bomb blast incidents that occurred on the occasions of the public gatherings of certain political parties in Battagram and Charsada and urged the political leaders to avoid holding public rallies and meetings in a bid to save the precious human lives from terrorist attacks.