LAHORE Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that 'Qabza mafia has become a scourge and purging the society of this menace is of great importance. He said that elimination of 'qabza mafia is the responsibility of elected representatives and they should supervise the campaign against 'qabza mafia in their respective areas. He said that Chief Secretary and Inspector General of Police would be incharge of the campaign against 'qabza mafia and would review the performance of the administrative and police officers in all districts and divisions regularly in this regard. In case of any illegal occupation in any district, the concerned DCO and DPO would be responsible, he added. He said that Punjab government has decided to launch 'Aashiana Housing Schemes in 16 districts during next financial year in which modern residential facilities would be available to the poor and common man. He was addressing the meeting of members provincial assembly belonging to Sargodha division at CMs Secretariat here on Thursday. Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Provincial Law Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan, secretaries of various departments as well as administrative and police officers of Sargodha division were also present on the occasion. Talking to the elected representatives, the Chief Minister said that Punjab government has presented a balanced and welfare-oriented budget in which steps have been taken for the prosperity of all segments. He said that solid steps have been taken for elimination of unemployment in the budget and vast job opportunities have been created for youth which included distribution of yellow cab vehicles and provision of interest free loans. He said that keeping in view the poverty of Southern Punjab, 40 per cent yellow cab vehicles would be distributed in Southern Punjab. He said that it has been decided to provide Rs.20 thousand interest free loan each to one lakh youth in the budget but now the decision is being taken to enhance the amount of this loan so that youth could start their business in a better manner and stand on their own feet. He said that one lakh computers would be given to the position holders of various examinations as a gift. He said that four medical colleges in various districts and four universities for women would be constructed in the next year whereas the work on the project of four Daanish schools is going on speedily. He asked the elected representatives to come forward for achieving the development targets of next financial year, personally monitor the development projects and ensure elimination of corruption. Members Provincial Assembly, while paying rich tributes to the Chief Minister Punjab for presenting a balanced and welfare-oriented budget, said that huge amounts have been allocated for various projects including health, education and clean drinking water which would provide great relief to the masses. He also informed the Chief Minister about development projects and law and order in their respective areas.