PESHAWAR Provincial President of Pakistan Peoples Party (Sherpao) Sikander Hayat Sherpao on Tuesday blamed the government for bringing inflation and anarchy in the country. Addressing the Organizing Committee of the PPP district Peshawar branch, he said that the government had completely failed to fulfill its promises made during the election campaign. He added that the wrong and unwise policies of the present government during its two and half years period had increased the miseries of the common man. The PPP-S provincial chief blamed that the government for hike in the price of daily commodities while the prices of electricity was also increased for several times. Sikander Sherpao also showed grieve over the damages due to the rain in the province and demanded of the provincial government to provide relief to the affected people on priority basis. He asked the government to announce compensation for the affected people. Meanwhle, fateha Khwani for Mian Rashid Hussain, the son of provincial Information Minister, Mian Iftikhar Hussain continued for fourth consecutive day at the Chief Ministers House here on Wednesday. People from different walks of life met the Minister to condole with him the tragic death of his lone son. Meanwhile, keeping in view the current monsoon season, the PESCO has requested its honourable customers to adopt all precautionary measures to avoid electrocution and electric shocks for their own safety so that precious human lives and property could be secured. According to a press release issued here on Wednesday the safety measures include, to properly earthen electrical appliances and replace or tape all worn out wires and not to touch electrical appliances/cables with wet hands. Public is also requested to be careful and attentive while using electric water pumps and other electrical appliances. Public is requested not to tie their pets and cattle with the poles and towers. Females are specially requested to avoid usage of metal wires for drying clothes and not to touch the washing machine with wet hands without switching it off.