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Published in 02 January 2021 5:14

PDM must submit resignation by January 31 deadline: Shah Mahmood Qureshi

MULTAN (Dunya News) – Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Hussain Qureshi asked why the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) is waiting for January 31 to resign from the assembly.

In his statement, the Foreign Minister said that the Prime Minister has the trust of both the people and the DPR, the PTI is in power with a full mandate and the opposition must respect the public mandate.

He said that the whole nation has realized the reality of PDM, we don’t care about the PDM protests. Why is the PDM waiting for January 31 to resign. Imran Khan will not resign by order of the PDM or under any pressure.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that Modi’s government endangered the peace and stability of the entire Asian region and we believe that if there is peace in Afghanistan there will be peace in the region.

The Foreign Minister said that Prime Minister Imran Khan will announce a major development package for Multan during his upcoming visit.

While chairing the meeting, Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi observed that Multan was a big city. There is a need to launch different upgrade schemes across different sectors of the city. Multan will become the provincial capital in the future, he said. The government focuses attention evenly on urban and rural areas, Qureshi said.

Qureshi also hinted at a comprehensive strategy to resolve the city’s sewer problem permanently. Likewise, Education and Health are also included in the government’s priorities.

The chairman of the Whip National Assembly and Special Assistant to Prime Minister Malik Aamir Dogar also instructed the district government to move the Timber, Iron and Grain market out of town. He also stressed the need to widen the road from Dera Adda to the North Bypass via the Lodhi colony.

Provincial Energy Minister Dr Akhtar Malik also spoke and stated that 82 Basic Health Units would be energized through the solar system. Multan is in dire need of a Medical College and other IT universities.

Provincial parliamentary secretary for Information Nadeem Qureshi proposes to promote the cultural and religious identity of the city of saints. MPA Qasim Langah said that the road should be widened between Shujabad to Jalalpur Pirwala.

Earlier, Deputy Commissioner Aamir Khattak briefed members of parliament and briefed them on various issues.

He suggested recruiting to increase the work of the Water and Sanitation Authority (WASA).

Likewise, machines and human resources are also needed for Waste Management Companies.

He is aware that an upgrade scheme worth Rs 2,280 million is underway across the district. Likewise, in the annual development program, Rs 5.73 billion was spent, the Deputy Commissioner concluded.


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