CM Hamza seeks report from IGP, orders strict action against accused


LAHORE    –   Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz Sharif has sought a re­port from Inspector General of Police about rape-cum-murder of a child in Mandi Bahauddin.

The chief minister ordered that strict action be taken against the impenitent ac­cused. The hardened criminals deserve severe punishment; he emphasized. He extended heartfelt sympathies to the be­reaved family while assuring the provision of justice to them.


Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz Sharif has sought a report from the health secre­tary over non-functioning of air conditioners installed at Punjab Institute of Cardiology.

The chief minister directed to resolve the issue without any delay, saying that immedi­ate steps should be taken on a priority basis as patients’ suf­ferings could not be explained in this hot and humid weather.

He directed to identify those responsible for negligence after inquiry and disciplinary action should also be initiated.


Meanwhile, a delegation of Ittehad-e-Tanzeemat Madaris Pakistan, led by Maulana Hanif Jalandhari, on Tuesday called on Punjab Chief Minister Ham­za Shahbaz Sharif at his office.

Talking on the occasion, the chief minister said that the reli­gious scholars had always guided the nation in every hour of trial, adding that they have also played a commendable role against the menace of terrorism and sectari­anism. “The government appre­ciates their services on the intel­lectual front and consultations with the clerics will continue in future. A joint committee will be constituted for further consulta­tions and to resolve the problems of the clerics,” he added. Law Minister Malik Ahmad Khan was also present on the occasion.

Moreover, Punjab CM Hamza Shahbaz Sharif has sought a re­port from Rawalpindi Commis­sioner about the loss of lives due to emission of poisonous gas in a well and ordered an in­quiry into the incident. He also extended sympathies to the be­reaved family and directed that a report be submitted to him after investigation. “Disciplin­ary action should also be taken against those responsible for negligence,” he added

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