Mustafa Ka­mal de­mands devo­lu­tion of author­ity

Pakistan Observer - - KARACHI CITY - OUR REPORTER

KARACHI—The Pak Sarza­meen Party Mustafa Ka­mal has said that Na­tional Finance Com­mis­sion and 18th amend­ment was not go­ing to solve peo­ple prob­lems, and there­fore dire need now is the de­volve the author­ity to low­est lev­els of ad­min­is­tra­tion to help the or­di­nary and the poor seek so­lu­tion to their prob­lems with­out much ado.

At a press con­fer­ence in Pak­istan House, the of­fi­cial head­quar­ter of the PSP, he asked whether the NFC Awards or the 18th amend­ments have solved peo­ples’ prob­lems, and him­self an­swered that th­ese have not.

In fact the sit­u­a­tion, in­stead of im­prov­ing, has wors­ened than be­fore. The fed­eral govern­ment’s in­volve­ment in prov­inces’ prob­lems, was much more ef­fec­tive. He thought that a hand­ful of peo­ple were look­ing af­ter the mil­lions of souls, which is hardly the so­lu­tion of the mul­ti­ply­ing prob­lems for the peo­ple.

Talk­ing of the bud­get, “It is a bud­get of more than Rs 800 bil­lion. How can that money be dis­trib­uted by a few cho­sen min­is­ters? He called for ac­count­abil­ity of the money that had been promised in the bud­get and said that funds re­leased by the govern­ment in the bud­get were for the peo­ple of Pak­istan.

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