ANP reportedly filed a nine point agenda which included discussion on economic condition of the province besides price hike and the imposition of GST, law and order situation in the province in particular and in the country in general, denial of net profits to the province by WAPDA under the AGN Qazi formula besides reluctance to pay the outstanding amount to the province, the proposed increase in electricity rates, provincial government's bid to purchase the RDFC
and the role of the Bank of Khyber in this connection, alarming condition of the working and sick industrial units, discussion on new education policy, holding of Local Bodies Elections and the effects of gas and electricity loadshedding on residential and industrial areas besides agriculture.
Soon after he announced that institutions like Pakistan Banking Council, IDBP, PICIC and RDFC
are being abolished which sent a wave of uncertainty and unrest among the depositors who withdrew millions of rupees in a single day.
The government, however, issued a clarification later denying that it intended to abolish these DFIS (IDBP, PICIC, RDFC
Burki reverted his decision to abolish institutions including PBC, IDBP, RDFC
and PICIC etc.
It is a convincing fact that specialised Banks (SBs) particularly ADBP, SBFC, YIPs, RDFC
, IDBP and Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) have played a significant role in Pakistan in providing investment incentives by advancing credit as well as by giving the technical know-how in both, farm and non-farm, sectors.