LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Bazdar has said that they are working day and night to implement the 100-day agenda of Prime Minister Imran Khan in its true essence and for this purpose a steering committee and 15 sub-committees have been set up.
He said that a working group has been devised in order to fulfil the promise of setting up of a province in south Punjab on administrative grounds.
In a statement issued on Sunday, CM Buzdar said that they will introduce a comprehensive and long-lasting policy to eradicate poverty from under-privileged districts of Punjab.
The chief minister said that they will bring agricultural reforms to expand production capacity and change in agricultural marketing as well as livestock culture which will be fruitful farmers.
The master plan will be formulated to ensure safety of water in Punjab, he said, adding that reforms in education and health will bring real change.
The chief minister said that the provision of clean water is included in the 100-day agenda. He said that women development project will give new identity to Pakistan as it is impossible to move forward on the road of progress without the active participation of women.
“Construction of 5 million houses will be a hallmark of PTI government as we are resolute to give our new generation a safe and healthy environment,” he added.
CM Buzdar said that the government is presenting Green Growth Policy in order to tackle global warming issues and are determined to fulfill all promises made to the public.
CM Bazdar said that the provincial government will give preference to the development of underprivileged areas of province.
Talking to MNA Ghulam Bibi Bharwana who called on him on Sunday, CM Buzdar said that the resources are the right of people and we will go to last limit to give it back to them.
He further stated that the government will fulfil the hopes which the people have attached with PM Khan.
“Steps are being taken to implement the 100-day agenda of PM Khan and these initiatives are being monitored properly,” the chief minister concluded.