Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Ameer Haider Khan Hoti on Sunday said that all government institutions believe in supremacy of the constitution and accord respect to the mandate of each other.
He expressed these views while talking to newsmen in Mardan after inaugurating Women College in Abdul Wali Khan University.
The Chief Minister said as the government implemented decisions of the apex court in regard with appointment of judges and other important cases, in the same spirit all the court verdicts should also be implemented.
In response to a question about expected change in government, the Chief Minister said nothing is expected in the centre and at the provincial level.
The province, he hastened to add, can not afford change at such a stage due to ongoing war against terrorism and militancy. We are fighting war for the stability of Pakistan and any change in governance at this stage will have negative impact on this struggle.
Chief Minister Amir Haider Hoti reiterated that if some one want to bring change, there exist a constitutional way for bringing change in government which must be adopted. He said his government is strong and political parties are united in the province.
We have taken opposition members in confidence on all issues of public importance like NFC Award, Net Hydel Profit.
In response to a question, the Chief Minister said provincial government will provide funds for running affairs of Wali Khan University in proper manner.
Earlier opening ceremony of university collage for women at Abdul-ul-Wali Kan University was held.
Vice Chancellor of the University in the presentation apprised the participants that in Mardan University 2700 students’ boys and girls were studying and 170 staff members are serving.
Vice chancellor said that in the recent flood, staff and the students of the university collected donation and took part in the relief activities.