PESHAWAR - Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has said that the present provincial government will restore the trust deficit of international donor agencies by ensuring better monitory discipline and transparency in government departments.He said the move would attract more foreign investors and donors to the province and help the government provide better services and facilities to public.   Similarly, he said the government would restore the confidence of taxpayers by bringing reforms in the tax system and eliminating corruption. He said in this regard working groups had been formed in all government departments to implement the reform agenda of the present government. He expressed these views while talking to a three-member delegation of Department For International Development (DFID), UK who called on him at his office on Wednesday. They discussed with the CM various matters related to reforms agenda of the provincial government specially in the fields of social service delivery and the support of DFID in this regard.  The delegation was led by George Turkington.The chief minister said that basic reforms in education and health sectors were the top priorities of his government and practical work on the same had been initiated already. “No reforms or change is possible without changing and reforming the education system and therefore, the provincial government will focus on education section and will introduce uniform system of education both the private and public educational institutions so that both the poor and rich have equal opportunities of progress,” he added.Khattak said that his government would ensure in all respect that the funds of the international donors were spent for the right purpose and there would be no corruption at all and an independent accountability commission was being constituted to ensure transparency in the use of government exchequer and the donors funds as well.  He appreciated the effort and role of DFID for the improvement of health and education sectors in the province and said that the provincial government highly valued the role of DFID and expressed the hope that DFID would continue its support and cooperation in the future as well.  He stressed the authorities of DFID to extend their full cooperation to the provincial government to implement its reform agenda in social sector. Talking on the occasion, head of the DFID delegation George said that DFID worked in collaboration with the federal and provincial governments of Pakistan for the development of the country and to province basic facilities of life to its people. He appreciated the commitment of the provincial government to bring reforms in education and health sectors. On the occasion the delegates were briefed about the reforms agenda of the present provincial government and allocation of funds for the purpose in the next year provincial budget for the purpose.  Besides, Provincial Minister for Education Atif Khan and Minister for Health Shaukat Yousafzai, secretaries and other high-ups of education, health, planning and development, Home and Finance departments were also present on the occasion.