LAHORE - PTI nominee for Punjab governorship Ch Sarwar said police reforms are the biggest challenge. Addressing a reception ceremony on Wednesday at a local hotel, the former Punjab governor said the PTI will depoliticise all the institutions. Ch Sarwar thanked Imran Khan and all leadership of leadership for unanimously nominating him for the slot of governor.
He cited the economic issues the PTI inherited from the previous government and expressed his resolve to adopt austerity measures to cope with the challenges.
He said: “Expenses of PM House, Governor Houses, CM Houses must be brought down. The PTI government will follow Sri Lanka’s education model to raise literacy rate. We will make education free for all.” Sarwar resigned from the post of Punjab governor post after one and half year in PML-N rule. He served European Parliament and actively participated in lobbying GSP+ status for Pakistan. “I say to opposition to do constructive criticism, we will respond to it. Imran Khan’s announcement for PM questions hour in national assembly is a step towards holding accountable the PM.
I voted against Iraq war and Afghanistan war and raised Kashmir and Palestine voice in European parliament. It’s time that we should not blame everything to others,” he maintained.He continued: “We are in talks with the intentional community and we will send 22 million out of schools children back to school like previously with the help of British politician Gordon Brown global envoy on education, Pakistan sleeked 50 million dollars grant not only for Punjab but for all Pakistan. PTI government will solve overseas Pakistanis issues as well, he added.
He vowed not to use bureaucracy in contesting by-elections and in return ‘we expect from bureaucracy they will not ask for bribe to facilitate people. To a mammoth task to giving 10 million jobs to which PTI promised, Ch Sarwar said the reforms committee is working on it.
“Public is fully aware on corrupt practices because of Imran Khan’s campaign and if PTI ministers will do corruption then public will not spare us,” Ch Sarwar said.