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PTI to monitor 100-day plan on weekly basis: Aleem Khan

LAHORE: Punjab Senior Minister Abdul Aleem Khan has said that a special strategy would be devised to monitor the implementation on the 100-day plan in Punjab and weekly meetings of different departments would be held in this regard.

He added that it would be ensured that as per the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan, concrete steps are being taken in the right direction and there is no delay in this regard.

He disclosed this while presiding a special meeting held at 90 Sharah-e-Quaid-e-Azam in his office. Aleem said that on the directions of the prime minister, a special unit would work at Chief Minister House and after every two weeks, a report would be submitted to the prime minister and chief minister.

Senior Minister said that in Punjab, education, health, agriculture, labour, women development and clean drinking water sectors would be included in this task and departmental ministers and secretaries would be providing briefings on a regular basis regarding 100-day plan so that pace of work, problems and evolution can be done in minimum possible time.

He said that good governance, transparency, austerity and simplicity are the basic principles to be implemented in Punjab and present government would ensure strict implementation in this regard. The senior minister said that no hurdle, including red tape, would be tolerated and the responsibility of coordination and monitoring that are given to him would be fulfilled in letter and spirit.

Aleem said that the people have great expectations from the present government and we all would be working on war footing basis to implement the agenda of the prime minister and chief minister in the true sense.

Senior Minister Punjab Abdul Aleem Khan also exchanged views with the monitoring team members and said that to bring the efficiency and working of government departments sustainable policies should be implemented. Similarly, financial discipline and prompt implementation should also be ensured, he added.

The senior minister observed that the model of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government would also support them in education, health and police sector visible changes took place during the last five years and now in Punjab they have to further move forward. He also discussed the new dimensions of local government system in Punjab and said that in the coming five years, Punjab would be leading in major sectors.

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