LAKKI MARWAT: Amir Muqam, Adviser to Prime Minister, has noted that Imran Khan, chief of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), had launched his dharna politics to cover up the prevalent government failure in the province. He said this while speaking at a public meeting here on Saturday after inaugurating the newly established passport office in Lakki city. He was also flanked on the occasion by Akhtar Munir Marwat, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Provincial Senior Vice President; Zafar Azam, former provincial minister and Dr Sarfraz Meenakhel, Tehsil Naib Nazim, Lakki. “The PTI chief should tell what kind of change his party brought in the militancy-hit province during the last three years,” Muqam inquired. He further added that the dharna politics had been introduced only to divert people’s attention from the ongoing bad governance in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. “Through a campaign on social media the provincial rulers and PTI leaders are misleading masses about the achievements of government”, he noted. He also said that several organisations like Ehtesab Commission and Anti-Corruption Establishment had already been made toothless to save the skin of provincial ministers involved in corruption. The provincial government had failed to bring any development to province besides changing the socio-economic condition of poor people, Muqam added. “The PTI chief Imran Khan had promised to construct 360 dams in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and now he should explain why his government failed to fulfil the promise and where the funds meant for construction of dams had gone”, he questioned. He also lashed out against the Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) chief, Sirajul Haq, for launching a train march against corruption. He said that the JI chief should have stopped the train at Peshawar so that people could have seen JI ministers’ involvement in the corruption.” Muqam said that the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was committed to establishing a fast track development of the country, however, the opposition still believed in the politics of confrontation and wanted to go back to the era of the 90s.