Technical university to be established in industrial city, says Buzdar

LAHORE – Members of the National and Provincial Assembly from Faisalabad called on Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Wednesday. Minister of State for Information Farrukh Habib, provincial ministers, parliamentarians and SACM Hasaan Khawar were also present. Talking on this occasion, the CM said a technical university would be established in Faisalabad and the parliamentarians will be consulted in this regard. Similarly, the Faisalabad ring road project will be started soon, he added. Meanwhile, the Faisalabad bypass project had been approved by the government, he said. The CM pointed out that record development had been made in Faisalabad in the tenure of the PTI-led government as the government was striving to resolve public problems. Every area of the province would be properly developed and the recommendations of parliamentarians be honoured. My doors were open to the parliamentarians and their genuine issues would be resolved, he continued.  

Faisalabad businessmen delegation calls on CM. A business delegation led by president Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry Atif Munir called on Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and thanked him for the best economic policies during the corona pandemic. The government has taken the best measures during corona to ensure continuity of business activities and we also welcome the Faisalabad development package, added Atif Munir.  The CM said that the expo centre project would be started soon in Faisalabad and the government would transform Faisalabad as the ‘Manchester of Pakistan’ as a new era of development has started in the district. Meanwhile, the government would continue to resolve the problems of the business community, the CM added.

 CM removes 3 officers from posts on public complaints

During his Faisalabad visit, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has removed CEO (Health) Dr Mushtaq Sipra, XEN Local Government Khalid Hussaini and Sub-Registrar (Saddar) Munawar Bhatti over dereliction of duties and public complaints. These officials have also been suspended.

The Chief Minister has made it clear that those failing to resolve public complaints have no right to stay on their posts adding that immediate action was taken on public complaints during the visit. Those serving the masses will be encouraged while action will be taken against poor performers, he announced.

 CM seeks a report from CCPO Lahore

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has sought a report from CCPO Lahore about the alleged rape-cum-murder of a child in Satto Katla and assured the bereaved heirs that they would be provided justice. Meanwhile, the police have arrested an accused Ali Shan involved in the crime.  

CM pays homage to martyred policemen

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has paid homage to the police personnel who were embraced shahadat due to the torture and firing of protesters of the banned outfit.

Extending his heartfelt sympathies and condolences with the bereaved families of the martyrs, the Chief Minister said that government equally shared their grief. He said the government was standing beside them in their time of trial. He said that police personnel embraced Shahdat in the line of their duties. Usman Buzdar directed to take stern legal action against the lawbreakers and said that the rule of law would be ensured at all costs. Action should be taken under the law and justice to be done, CM added. No one will be allowed to take law into their own hands, he said. He directed that the best medical care should be provided to the injured policemen. The government will leave no stone unturned to maintain law and order in the province, he said.

 

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