Delegations from Taunsa and DG Khan call on Chief Minister Punjab
Lahore, August 27, 2018 (PPI-OT): Punjab chief minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that backward and remote areas will be developed and deprivations of the poor segments of the society will be ameliorated in new Pakistan. Merit and good governance are supreme in the priorities of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and rule of law will be implemented with full force.
He expressed these views while talking to the delegations of notables of Taunsa and DG Khan which called on him at his officer, here today. Talking to them, the chief minister said that his doors are always open for solving the problems of the people and made it clear that his liaison with the masses will be stronger than the past. Reforms will be introduced in public sector departments to solve the problems faced by the people. Similarly, the scourge of nepotism will completely be eradicated and merit and justice will reign supreme, he added.
Mr. Buzdar said that Punjab will play the role of a vanguard to materialize Imran Khan’s dream of bringing qualitative changes in the society. We shall come up to the expectations of the people by fulfilling the vision of the prime minister. He assured that sincere efforts will be made to solve the problems of backward areas of southern Punjab and added that midnight oil will burnt for the development of remote and less-developed areas of the province. Provision of basic facilities to the people will also be ensured and every penny will be spent on the welfare of the people, he added.
The chief minister said that health and education are right of every citizen and these will be provided to the people at their doorsteps. Along with it, a policy of simplicity and austerity will be adopted and people will also be motivated about it. He said the dream of a new Pakistan, which was awaited by the people, is being materialized. He said the people will be provided relief by brining real change at the grassroots and this change will be visible to everybody. This change, in fact, is meant to serve the people of the country, he said.
The chief minister said that he will soon visit divisional and district headquarters to personally monitor the solution of people’s problems. Following the footprints of Prime Minister Imran Khan, a culture of simplicity will be adopted, he said. Public money will be spent only on the people and resources will be spent by treating them as the sacred trust. The province of Punjab will be run according to vision of Imran Khan and every effort will be made to implement the 100-day agenda of PTI. The change will be visible to all and sundry and decisions will be unanimously made with consultations, concluded the chief minister.
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