LAHORE (INP): Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar said that the credit of breaking political stagnancy of 30 years in Punjab goes to Prime Minister Imran Khan, adding that their accomplishments in the first 100 days were a team effort.
Talking to different delegations who called on him at the CM Office here on Sunday, he said the province is moving in the right direction because of all the hard work of the government.
“We are determined to bring the dream of ‘New Pakistan’ come true as exemplary steps have been taken for the welfare of the common man under the leadership of PM Imran Khan,” he added
He said that the credit of “successfully completing the 100-day agenda” goes to the whole team and for the first time, a revolutionary project of shelters for the homeless has been started which will save people from the harsh weather conditions.
CM Buzdar said that the construction of shelter house buildings in Lahore and Rawalpindi will be completed soon, while the other places will be constructed step by step.
He vowed that his government will serve people more than they are expecting. “No obstacle in the construction and development of New Pakistan will be tolerated as the PTI government is standing with the weak segments of the society,” he stated.
Moreover, he added that the work done by the government in its first 100 days is much more than the progress made by other governments in their whole tenure. Previously, the resources were restricted to just a few areas, he claimed.
“Former rulers have ignored the issues of deprived areas due to which these areas became more and more vulnerable. However as per vision of PM Imran Khan, resources have been diverted toward these areas and we will uplift every under-privileged tehsil up to the developed areas,” he commented.
The chief minister added that the PTI government will extend all facilities to far-flung areas. He said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, the country is moving towards a bright future.
He said that he himself monitors the ongoing development programmes in the province. “We are thankful to Allah Almighty for successful completion of 100-days development agenda and government will keep the public mandate in its preference,” the chief minister concluded.