The era of fooling the masses with a hollow slogan has ended: CM Buzdar | Instant News

Lahore – Chief Minister of Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar Monday spent a busy day meeting the federal capital with lawmakers a day before the Senate elections.

Speaking with various members of parliament, the main minister said that a separate development plan for each district would be drawn up in consultation with the relevant MNA and MPA to finalize a priority based community welfare scheme.

Those who summoned the chief ministers included Muhammad Amjad Farooq Khan Khosa, Sardar Jaffar Khan Leghari, Sardar Muhammad Khan Leghari, Sardar Riaz Khan Mazari, Niaz Ahmad Jhakhar, Malik Muhammad Ahsanullah Tiwana, Muhammad Shabbir Ali, Makhdoom Samiul Hasan Gillani, Malik Abdul Ghafoor Wattoo, Javed Iqbal Warraich, Syed Mubin Ahmad, Ghulam Bibi Bharwana, Sanaullah Mastikhel, Tahir Iqbal and others.

The MNA alerts CMs of issues related to their constituency. CM issued directives to solve various problems and reiterated that the government is working around the clock to solve public problems. “I am in constant contact with the MPs and consultations with the Punjab-based MNA will continue,” he said.

Usman Buzdar said the nation has unshakable faith in Prime Minister Imran Khan’s leadership and that all party people are also united under him.

The critics remain unsuccessful at every turn; He added and emphasized that the development process will not stop.

CM deplores the opposition getting involved in non-issue politics for the lack of a solid agenda and warns that the era of fooling the masses with hollow slogans is over. He mentioned that the development journey has expanded to underdeveloped areas, as well as to cities, which in the past were neglected. Unlike the previous practice, funds were not given to certain cities because a joint development policy had been developed, concluded CM.

The MNA argues that contact helps in problem solving adding that the respect given to them was unimaginable in the past.

PTI strives for transparency in the electoral process

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar said strengthening democratic norms lies in transparent elections and PTI is also trying to ensure transparency in the electoral process.

In a statement issued here on Tuesday, the CM condemned the horse trade and called it undemocratic action. The leadership of the PTI is honest in facing corrupt elements, while the opposition always puts forward monetary politics to fulfill the agenda. Negative politics are meaningless compared to the public service agenda, he added.

Meanwhile, corrupt practices have been exposed and the horse trade will not succeed. The PTI will emerge as the majority party and the opposition will be defeated because the narrative has been rejected, CM concluded

Condoles of Anisur Rehman’s death

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has expressed condolences for the death of Life LPC Member Muhammad Anisur Rehman and extended his sympathy to the bereaved families.

CM has also prayed to Almighty God to rest the souls that died in eternal peace.


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