Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa Chief Minister Amir Haider Khan Hoti has said that the electricity generated in the province was being used all over the country and unnecessary allegations must come to an end as they cannot bear the burden of load shedding more than their share. Speaking at the foundation stone laying ceremony of Amir Mohammad Khan mega park project here on Saturday. The park spread over 320 kanal would be completed at a cost of Rs 300 million in 18 months. It would provide modern recreation facilities to children, youth, senior citizens and ladies. He said despite all the dangers, the provincial government during the past four years continued to accelerate pace of development. The Chief Minister said Mardan Eastern and Western by-passes would be opened for traffic in June or July. Amir Haider Khan Hoti took strong exception to the impression being given by certain quarters that KPK was responsible for the electricity crisis as people there do not pay the bills. He said they were ready to accountability about electricity and payment of bills at any level.