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KP Chief Minister’s Letter to Shahbaz Sharif


Ali Amin Gandapur, the Chief Minister of KP, has written to Shahbaz Sharif. The Head of the state, about the territory’s suspension of 91 improvement projects.

Key points of the Letter KP

The Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Ali Amin Gandapur expressed his deep dissatisfaction with the decisions made by the Annual Development Programmer (ADP) Committee. He said avoiding 91 improvement projects related to the Public Area Advancement Developer (PSDP) would be profoundly negative for the KP territory.

Violation of Decisions

Ali Amin Gandapur mentioned that during the National Economic Committee meeting. It was decided to prioritize the ongoing project against the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and National Economic Council (NEC) decisions. This act is considered as violation of instructions given by these financial institutions.

Consequences for KP

The Chief Minister stressed that the federal government’s termination of these projects will further intensify deprivation in the province. He also demanded equal distribution of development funds among all regions and criticized neglecting KP’s developmental needs.

Appeal for Reconsideration
In the letter, Ali Amin Gandapur urged Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif to reconsider the PSDP decision. He stressed the need for the federal government to review its stance on the ADP Committee’s conclusions and ensure that KP receives its designated share in the national development programs.

Impact on Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Ali Amin Gandapur highlighted the detrimental effects of halting these projects on KP’s development trajectory. He argued that such actions could widen regional disparities and hinder efforts to improve living standards and infrastructure in the province. The concern stems from the potential loss of opportunities for economic growth and job creation that these projects could have provided.


The communication from Chief Minister Ali Amin Gandapur reflects the ongoing tensions between provincial and federal authorities regarding developmental priorities and fund allocations. It highlights the challenges KP faces in achieving its developmental goals amid broader governance issues in Pakistan.

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