free web hosting site

Govt not afraid of any opposition’ alliance: Governor Punjab

LAHORE: Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar on Tuesday terming the opposition’ alliance unnatural,stated the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) authorities was not afraid of any sort of opposition’ alliance.

Addressing a press convention concerning Baba Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s 550th birthday celebrations at Governor Home, Chaudhry Sarwar stated that individuals of the nation have voted the PTI and Imran Khan to serve them. Regardless of the present enhance in inflation, the folks have full confidence that PTI authorities would steer the nation out of all crises together with financial, he maintained.

The Punjab Governor stated that earlier governments did nothing however to lift hole slogans, including that PTI inherited all these points and challenges from earlier governments, however ” We’re decide to work day and night time to place nation on highway to progress and prosperity”.

Chaudhry Sarwar stated that numerous conferences of Prime Minister’s tourism committees have been held to evolve a complete programme for offering all services to Sikh yatrees together with visa providers and safety moreover others on beginning anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak.

Not solely the Sikhs but additionally the worldwide group had appreciated the choice of Prime Minister Imran Khan to open Kartarpur Hall, he stated and added that the federal government was placing efforts to resolve the problems of Sikh yatrees pertaining immigration, travelling safety and others.

The Governor stated that the federal government had acquired about 1500 acres of land from the locals at market charges in Kartarpur to arrange numerous services, including that media and universities ought to play its position in creating consciousness amongst folks concerning non secular tourism.’s Amir Khan, outstanding poet Amjad Islam Amjad, Sikh leaders Sardar Bishan Singh and Giyani Gobind Singh and others have been current on the event.—NNI

free web hosting site


Leave a Reply

Back to top button