PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minster Perveez Khattak has said that Imran Khan would be the next Prime Minister of Pakistan and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf would also make its government for the second time in the province. He was addressing a large number of people at Nowshera in a joining ceremony. He said that the time had come that the people of the country recognised the power of the PTI and its stance of popularity in the country, adding that the Awami National Party (ANP) and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) coalition government in the province were the worst governments in the history of the province. A founding member of the Pakistan Movement and a staunch ally of the PML-N Muhammad Sadiq along with his family members and supporters formally joined the PTI on the occasion. He said that time of looting and plundering government funds in the name of developmental schemes had passed away and the ANP was losing its strength in the province with each passing day. Perveez Khaatak said that the political career of the ANP had ended from the province not by the other political parties but by its own corruption and malpractices. The chief minister claimed that the PTI was the only political party of the country struggling hard against the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) to unearth their corruption to the public. Khattak claimed that the Panama leaks scandal was not the product of the PTI but it was the only political party that wished to resolve it according to the constitution of the country and ensure that justice should be for with everyone in this regard. He further maintained that corruption was an evil in the country and everyone should back the PTI for stamping out it for good and for the larger interest of the people. The District Nazim, Liaqat Khan Khattak, Member of the National Assembly (MNA) Dr Imran Khattak, Malik Ibrar and Provincial Minister for Excise and Taxation, Mian Jamsheed-u-din Kakakhel, were also present on the occasion. Minister highlights reforms launched for the people: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister for Local Government, Inayatullah Khan, has claimed that the government has introduced revolutionary reforms in more than 28 government departments for the social well being of the people and long term development in the province. This was said on Sunday while speaking to the newly joined members ceremony into Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) at Dir upper area of Qullandi union council. Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) senior leader of the area Maulana Zakirullah, Noor Zareen, Muhammad Zahir Khan and others formerly joined JI in the ceremony. The senior minister said on the occasion that apart from education and health the current government had introduced unprecedented reforms in order to benefit the poor and marginalised section of the society. He said that attention had also been given to industry, tourism, mineral and energy sector during the last three years and the result of the this would be retained for a long time in the province. He said that youth of the province had taken centre stage in the current government’s priorities and millions of jobs were expected to be produced due to the reforms process of the government. “The present government is digging hard to create a mechanism where none of the skilled and educated persons of the society suffers unemployment,” Inayatullah added.