PESHAWAR Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister, Ameer Haider Khan Hoti, has said that there is a way for change in the Constitution if the Government has lost its confidence and mandate among the people and no one should object to it. He also made it clear that the Provincial Government had its reservations over the Kerry Lugar Act and we have apprised the US of our reservations. This, he said while talking to media persons after the formal inauguration of Rescue 1122 Emergency Service here on Saturday. The Constitution has clearly mentioned each and everything, whether it is about a change in the government or any other matter, and as a democratic nation we must follow it wholeheartedly, Hoti said. He dispelled the impression that ANP-led Provincial Government had been failed. He, however, said that these were just rumours that had been circulating since day one. He was of the view that keeping in view specific traditions of the province as well as particular circumstances, there was quite friendly and conducive environment among different institutions. The Government is in constant touch with political parties in and outside the Assembly, he said, adding that they had rendered numerous sacrifices for the sake of the country, so political stability was a must. Responding to a query, he said, We have no NRO beneficiary in the KP Cabinet. He also called for avoiding further comments on the matter. About the Kerry Lugar Act, he said that they had reservations over it. In this connection, he said that they had already informed the US Ambassador Anne W Patterson and Federal Minister for Finance Abdul Hafeez Shaikh who had promised to overcome these reservations. The USA would start projects in the terror-hit areas where they would spend around $7 billion, out of that the first instalment is of $1.5 billion. He said that Federal Government had asked the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa that priority would be given to the areas badly affected and damaged in war on terror. In the same breath, he told media persons that the Federal Government had already reduced the share of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA in Kerry Lugar Act from about 80 percent to 30 percent. Earlier, the Chief Minister witnessed the monk exercise performed by the newly recruited personnel of Rescue 1122 Emergency Service and hoped that it would timely act in any natural disaster and mishaps as per the expectations of the people of the province.