Karachi [Pakistan], April 11 (ANI): Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on saturday said that Imran KhanThe government stands on only seven votes. Speaking to the media in Karachi, Abbasi said, “Imran Khan and Usman Buzdarthe seat of power is in hand Jahangir Tareen, the government stands on the basis of only seven votes, “reports Geo News. The leader of the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) also told the Prime Minister Imran KhanThe government was in a weak position from the start.
He said that it was a surprise that a senior member of PTI (Jahangir Tareen) said that he was being cornered. “Jahangir Tareencandidacy in the case has nothing to do with sugar [crisis]. “ Abbasi, noting that several Pakistani lawmakers Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had attended a dinner reception hosted by Tareen the previous evening, said: “More than forty government officials attended. They expressed a lack of confidence in their own government,” he said. said. Fighting PTI support Jahangir Tareen and his son faced multiple cases, including multi-billion sugar scam, money laundering and fraud. The Lahore Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) investigative team registered a case of alleged fraud worth Rs 3.14 billion on March 22 against them, reports Geo News. The FIR stated that Jahangir Tareen allegedly transferred billions of rupees worth of illegal shares to Farooqi Pulp Mills Limited (FPML), which is owned by his son and close relative. (ANI)
A cabinet minister confirmed that Usman Buzdar was given several months to improve his performance or “face the consequences”.
Punjab CM has recently been very active in speaking with the press and holding briefings on the “performance” of its government.
Sources said everyone in the government and PTI, except PM Imran Khan, felt the CM was being held responsible “beyond his capacity.”
LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has been given another warning to improve his performance, a federal minister believed to be close to Prime Minister Imran Khan has claimed, according to a report Wednesday published in Daily Jang.
The cabinet minister, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed that Buzdar had been given several months to improve his performance or “face the consequences”.
In recent weeks, Punjab’s top minister has been very active in issuing political statements and holding press conferences regarding the “performance” of his administration.
It is a matter of Buzdar’s ability, said the source with a smile, adding that everyone in the PTI regime and the ruling party itself – except PM Imran Khan – felt that the CM had been given responsibilities that were “beyond his means.”
“Even if you ask the prime minister’s officer, he will tell you that Buzdar was the wrong choice,” said the insider.
The federal minister revealed that Buzdar continues to face difficulties in every meeting with the prime minister because Imran Khan is his only supporter. According to the source, the top leadership of the former ruling party, PML-N, prevented its political workers from criticizing CM Punjab.
The PML-N leadership knew that as long as Buzdar ruled Punjab, his party would continue to benefit and PTI would suffer, the source said, adding that “the company side” was not happy with PM Imran Khan’s choice.
In the past, “these people” have directly informed the prime minister of their discontent, but the Prime Minister is worried who can be trusted to replace Buzdar if the chief minister is removed.
PM Imran Khan does not want to bring Aleem Khan or Mian Muhammad Aslam Iqbal to the position of chief minister of Punjab, they added, noting that although many PTI leaders dislike Buzdar, they will cite the prime minister’s view that there is a lack of choice of MPs in this regard.
When asked if the current report was correct because PM Imran Khan in the past publicly supported Buzdar, the minister said the CM had now been given the final warning and the deadline was for the budget announcement for the fiscal year 2021-2022 (FY21-22).
Since that ‘warning’, Buzdar has been active as far as the media is concerned, the source added.
Last week, Punjab’s top minister claimed in a press conference that his government had restored 15,000 hectares of government land worth Rs450 billion. It was the largest operation in the province’s history and it was brought to a logical conclusion, he said.
Similar reckless actions were taken against the sugar and inflation mafia, he said, explaining his government’s efforts to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
Buzdar’s government has been criticized for its poor performance and frequent transfers of civil servants, including in the Secretariat and field staff, while political interference in Punjab’s bureaucratic affairs is unprecedented and so commonplace.
It is believed that this matter is no longer under the control of the chief minister of Punjab.
The recent notification of resignation from the South Punjab Secretariat was seen as a defeat for the Buzdar government. He later canceled it but did not provide any reason as to how it was removed.
PTI leaders from South Punjab – including Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi – are reportedly angry at the mishandling of administrative issues in the area.
ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid, on Tuesday, predicted that the opposition would not carry out a motion of no confidence against Chief Minister of Punjab Usman Buzdar.
“I don’t think that a motion of no confidence will be made against the Chief Minister of Punjab Usman Buzdar. Prime Minister Imran Khan supports Buzdar, ”he repeated, speaking to media people after a visit to the Islamabad Safe City project.
He said the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) said it would carry out a motion of no confidence against Buzdar but that the PPP would not succeed.
PM Imran Khan is about to complete a five-year term and the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), an alliance of opposition parties, has been unable to do anything to Khan. The minister said that the reshuffle of the federal cabinet is a big move and it is my knowledge that some changes are expected in the federal cabinet.
The reshuffle of the ministerial portfolio will be revealed next Thursday, after the cabinet meeting, he said.
“This is my 15th ministry. I am coming with Imran Khan, I am standing with him and I will go with him, ”he said.
He also spoke on the Kashmir issue and emphasized that Kashmir is Pakistan’s vein.
For a question, he said his ministry had no contact with India’s interior ministry.
Previously, he visited the Safe City project in Islamabad and the Inspector General of Police (IGP) briefed on the project and the law and order situation in Islamabad. He said that all 1,800 city safe cameras had been put into operation, and another 1,200 cameras would be installed in the city to make the project more effective. The government will soon … law the city safe, he said, adding that another eight drone cameras would be provided to city police.
He said that he would ask the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) to administer the Covid-19 vaccine to the Islamabad police as police are also the frontline force in the epidemic like doctors. The minister said that 25 more vehicles will be provided for rescue services, 1122.
According to the Minister of Finance, in the near future Polda Metro Jaya will launch a tourist fleet consisting of 240 personnel that will facilitate tourists who come to the city. The Interior Ministry will submit a summary to the prime minister for further inauguration in the city police, he said.
The public has rejected opposition politics: Usman Buzdar
LAHORE (Dunya News) – Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Saturday said the opposition alliance of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) had achieved its logical goal and opposition parties were reaping what they sowed.
During a meeting with assistant PM Malik Amin and other members of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Usman Buzdar said that like members of the Punjab Assembly, MNA was also his partner and convinced them to resolve their constituency issues based on priority.
CM Punjab says he is wholeheartedly fulfilling his duty. Under Prime Minister Imran Khan’s leadership, Pakistan will achieve its goals because the government has taken several steps for the public good in a short period of time, he added.
Furthermore, Usman Buzdar said that the community had rejected elements that carried out negative politics and urged PDM to stay away from ‘rioting’ politics.