Khost residents want more development projects
KHOST CITY (Pajhwok): Provincial council members and civil society activists demanded the government to initiate multidimensional projects to develop the overall infrastructure in southeastern Khost province.
Addressing a press conference on Saturday, Abul Wali Wahidzai, provincial council member, said 60,000 students were enrolled in schools but 60 percent of schools did not have buildings.
Wahidzai specifically referred to Shaikh Zaid Medical Teaching University building and said: “The new building has been constructed three years ago but has not opened yet and the building has been started to damage.”
Nasir Ahmed Rokhan, a civil society activist, demanded the government to start work on building the industrial zone and import electricity to this strategically important province.
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