PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Assembly on Monday passed a resolution to give the rights of vote to the transgender community of KP and demanded the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to take tangible steps in this regard for the coming election 2018 in the country. The KP Assembly met here under the chairmanship of Speaker Asad Qaiser on Tuesday the resolution was presented by Amna Sardar of PML-N and demanded the ECP to provide the vote of rights for transgender community in KP. Sardar Sanaullah Khan of Pakistan People’s Party presented a resolution on Gadani beach incident in Baluchistan and said that around 26 people were killed and 58 were injured from KP, adding that the federal and provincial government of Baluchistan should compensate the victims and injured people of KP. The resolution was passed unanimously by the assembly. The KP Assembly also passed a resolution and demanded the interior ministry and federal government to exclude the condition of NOC for foreigners visiting to KP. The resolution was presented by Senior Minister Inayatullah Khan and said that today on Monday the head of the Department for International Development (DFID) Europe Union Funded organization was coming to KP from Islamabad when he was demanded NOC to enter KP and was return. He further added that after the terrorism and militancy peace prevail in KP and donor organization and other international funded organization wants to invest in KP but the very negative approach of interior ministry and federal government to demand foreigners NOC for visiting Peshawar and KP. He informed that if there was no NOC from foreigners Punjab or Sindh then why the federal government and interior ministry want from foreigners, adding that the federal government behaving like a step mother with small provinces in the country. Inayatullah Khan also presented another resolution in the assembly which was unanimously passed by the assembly; the resolution demanded the federal government to solve the blocked CNICs of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa people. The resolution demanded the federal government to constitute a committee and resolve the issue of block ID card of KP people which were block on suspicious cases. Nawab Zada Wali Muhammad of PML-N said that around 76,000 people ID card were blocked in KP, adding that it was a serious problems in KP and the federal government and interior ministry should solve the problem as soon as possible. On the occasion Sardar Aurngzeb Nalota Parliamentary leader of PML-N in KP assembly said and criticized the KP government and speaker assembly, adding that the China -Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project the PTI were not take consensus to present the case in High Court. On the reply speaker said that this assembly five time passed resolution on CPEC western route but the federal government were not responded, adding that the only option with us to knock the door of judiciary. In the question answer session Mufti Fazli Ghafoor of JUI-F said that in 2007 the Peshawar Cardiology Institute work has been started but after ten years has been passed the project is still in progress and not completed. He said that people of different areas waiting for operation in Leady Reading Hospital Peshawar for more than five months and there is a dire need to be completed this project as soon as possible. In reply Senior Minister for health Shahram Khan Tarakai said that 80 percent work on the project is completed and soon equipment for the hospital will be purchased soon, adding that next year the hospital will start work.