BAHAWALNAGAR – Chairing a meeting of the universal enrolment campaign at Chistian Daanish School Thursday, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif suspended Education EDOs of Lodhran and Dera Ghazi Khan for poor performance.The meeting was attended by British Educationist Michael Barber, Punjab Education Minister Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman, PML-N Punjab Secretary General Raja Ishfaq Sarwar, commissioners of Multan, Bahawalpur and Dera Ghazi Khan Divisions and all the administrative officers. The Punjab CM said that the promotion of education was imperative for development of any area that's why special steps were being taken for the promotion of education in the southern Punjab.  "A roadmap is designed for the promotion and development of education and officers should follow this roadmap in letter and spirit otherwise they will be taken to task," Shahbaz warned.  The chief minister emphasised that 100 per cent enrolment should be ensured and not a single child should be deprived of getting education, adding that the enrolment target had been set at 3.1 million for the current year. He pledged that all-out resources would be utilised for ensuring quality education, especially in the southern Punjab.  Shahbaz said 70,000 teachers were being recruited on merit. “There is not compromise on merit,” the CM declared. He went around the science laboratory and arts room at Daanish School. On the occasion, he also submitted enrolment forms of two students.  CM Shahbaz said that the development package for district Bahawalnagar would be announced soon. He also took action against Chishtian Tehsildar and made him OSD on the complaints of local elected members. Speaking on the occasion, the British educationist said that Punjab was economically and educationally most developed province. Lauding the efforts of Punjab CM for education, he said the Punjab CM had been making unflagging efforts for the promotion of education in the southern Punjab. Separately, the chief minister told a gathering at the residence of former provincial minister Arshad Khan Lodhi in Harappa that the people talking of setting up a new bank (Seraiki bank) wanted to continue their looting spree. He said, “Thieves and dacoits have been looting public money for the last four years.” Had they any interest in the country and become its protectors in real sense, the country would not have been plunged into darkness, he said, adding that his party under Nawaz Sharif would get rid of the crises plaguing the country.  The chief minister announced construction of underpass at Harappa station, reconstruction of Harappa-Sahiwal Road and a bridge at Qutab Shahana on river Ravi. He stressed the need for unity to bring change. Earlier, Lodhi thanked the chief minister for his visit to Harappa.