Diplomatic Breakthrough: Federal, Kp Govts Vow To Collaborate

Federal, KP Governments to Address Challenges through Dialogue

Islamabad: The federal and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) governments have reached an agreement to resolve ongoing issues amicably through mutual consultations. The understanding was forged during a meeting between KP Chief Minister Ali Amin Gandapur, Federal Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi, and Federal Energy Minister Sardar Awais Ahmad Khan Leghari at the Interior Ministry in Islamabad on Sunday.

Power Outages Top Priority

The meeting focused on the ongoing power outages in KP, which have emerged as a contentious topic between the two governments. Chief Minister Gandapur expressed concerns over the excessive loadshedding despite the province’s significant electricity generation capacity. The federal government acknowledged the issue and pledged to work towards improving the situation.

Additional Meeting Planned

To further address the challenges faced by KP, a follow-up meeting has been scheduled for Monday. This meeting will provide an opportunity for both governments to discuss the power outage issue in greater depth and explore potential solutions.

Dialogue and Collaboration

The agreement between the federal and KP governments underscores the importance of open dialogue and collaboration in addressing issues that affect the well-being of citizens. The commitment to resolving issues through consultation demonstrates the willingness of both governments to prioritize the interests of their respective constituents.

Gandapur Meets Imran Khan

Following the meeting with federal ministers, Chief Minister Gandapur met with former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan at Adiala jail. During their hour-long meeting, Gandapur briefed Khan about the performance of the provincial government, the recent Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) meeting, and the current political situation in the country.