LAHORE: Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar on Sunday cautioned that the next six months will be tough for the masses, adding that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government is focusing on all sectors, especially health and education, for the provision of maximum facilities to the people.
Talking to the journalists in Lahore, he said that issues cannot be resolved with ‘twinkling of an eye’, adding that the incumbent government’s policies will start benefiting masses after the next six months.
Responding to the critics, the governor said, PTI government has just completed 100 days, those who ruled 30 years were unable to present their performance.
Apprising about government’s steps of tracking down illegal money of Pakistanis from abroad, the governor said, task force has been established to track down such overseas properties and assets of Pakistanis that have been made with illegal means.
“Government will fulfill its promise of rooting out menace of corruption from the country,” the governor continued.
Sarwar asked media to highlight any scandal during the current government’s tenure.
The Punjab governor said the doors of Governor House are open for everyone and the distance between rulers and people has shrunk.