Despite having reservations, the governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Ghulam Ali, approved a law on Friday increasing ministers’ wages and benefits.
According to specifics, the law bill has been signed by the governor and is now a part of the constitution.
The official helicopter is now bookable for private rentals, according to the statement.
All helicopter flights after November 2008 are now legal as a result of the new amendment’s signing, and nobody may protest to this situation at present time.
The official KP helicopter is available for use by ministers, special assistants, and government officials.
The governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has previously sent the government legislation regarding the use of official helicopters for revision.
Governor Haji Ghulam Ali encouraged the government to pass new legislation regarding the issue while speaking to the media.
The governor stated that the official helicopter might be made available to ministers, advisors, and special aides for use. He said, “I’ve told them to check the charge for using the government helicopter.
He inquired, “What was the need for the new legislation on official helicopters?” He continued, “A copter has been out of service and another is being used by the chief minister.
“We are clearing the dirt of the past,” Haji Ghulam Ali said.
Barrister Saif’s statement has been at variance with the provincial government, Ghulam Ali said.