LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif sought prompt reports regarding illegal occupations, abductions, murders and torturing women from authorities concerned during an open court held at Model Town here on Sunday. He ordered the heads of different departments to submit reports without any delay. Addressing on the occasion, he said he would continue follow up the complaints, saying no laxity would be tolerated in this regard and if any official was found delinquent, strict action would be taken against him. "I will become a voice of deprived and down-trodden class and will leave no stone unturned to ensure provision of basic rights to the people," he vowed. CM Punjab said he would ensure dispensation of justice at the doorstep of the people being the most obedient servant of the public. Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif has vowed to ensure provision of due rights to all segments of society. The Chief Minister assured the people of dispensation of justice, elimination of mafias, equal rights to every citizen and ensuring honour and respect of womenfolk. "I will make it sure that even if an influential person commits crime he must be taken to task and I will do stand with helpless and hapless people to protect their rights," he added. During the open court, a large number of people from different cities apprised the Chief Minister about their grievances and he issued on the spot orders. Most of the complaints were about land grabbing, kidnapping, murder and violence against women. The Chief Minister directed the officers concerned to pay heed to the people's complaints otherwise they would have to face the music in case of any leniency in this regard.