PTI government actions as creation

Almost Six months have been passed but most of the people have the opinion that PTI failed to govern the KP province. (Izhar Ullah).

PESHAWAR, Nov 16,2013 (Izhar Ullah / UPI Next) — The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party has promised to end unrest in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in the six months since it won elections there in May, but critics say it is clear the party is not up to the challenge of governing the province.

The PTI had strong support before the elections, especially among younger voters, who believed in the party’s promise to create “Naya Pakistan,” a new Pakistan. Young people now seem to have lost hope, however.

Ahsan Hamid Durrani, who represents the province in the National Youth Assembly, a model legislative body for the nation’s young people, told UPI Next he is “unsatisfied” with the PTI in overcoming unrest.

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