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Recent Amendments in Local Govt Act 2013 Unanimously Rejected By Local Council Association and Parliamentary Leaders of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Peshawar 30 April, 2019: Seminar under auspices of Local Council Association Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Parliamentary Leaders and Heads of Political Parties in KP Participated.
Seminar held in Peshawar on Tuesday under auspices of Local Council Association Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Parliamentary Leaders and Heads of Political Parties unanimously rejected recent amendments in Local Govt Act 2013 and termed it as unconstitutional, undemocratic and anti people piece of legislation and decided to challenge the amendments in superior courts and also launch protest movement.
The seminar was addressed by Sikandar Khan Sherpao head of QWP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Inayatullah Khan MPA of Jamaat e Islami, Khushdil Khan MPA of ANP, Nighat Orakzai MPA of Peoples party, Israrullah Khan Joint Secretary of PML(N) KP, Retd Major Shahzad MPA of JUI, Hamyatullah Mayar President LCA KP and Maghfirat Shah District Nazim Chitral, Ali haider information secretary LCA KP and SahibzadaTariqullah ex MNA of JI addressed the seminar.
   
The participants also passed resolution against the amended local government act 2019 and decided to challenge it in the Court. It is also decided to launch a protest against it all forums and demands for the restoration of LG Act 2001 in its true spirit.
Speakers said a full bureaucratic rule have been ensued at district level which is against Constitution and undemocratic. Elected District Members and Councillors belonging to PTI were also present in the meeting.
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