Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has said that together we can transform Pakistan into a prosperous and developed country by creating an atmosphere of justice and brotherhood. He said that the government would take all possible measures to provide employment and basic facilities to the public.

Addressing different public gatherings here, Ch Sarwar urged the well-off people to come forward and take active part in projects meant for public welfare. On the occasion, the Punjab governor announced the establishment of sub-campus of Punjab University in Kasur.

MNA Malik Rashid Ahmad Khan, MPA Sheikh Waseem Akhtar, Malik Ahmad Saeed, Haji Naeem, Safdar Ansari, Yaqoob Nadeem Sethi, DCO Syed Javed Iqbal Bukhari, DPO Jawad Qamar, Market Committee Chairman Nasir Khan, Jamil Khan, District Bar Association President Mehar Saleem, PML-N Tehsil President Syed Yousaf Ali Shah, Ejaz Chaudhry, local notables, journalists and a large of people were also present on the occasion.

Ch Sarwar said, “Pakistan is among those luckiest countries which have been bestowed with special blessings by Allah the Almighty. “We are a very hardworking nation but unfortunately we could not reap its benefits due to contradiction in words and actions. We would have to work selflessly to bring Pakistan into the list of developed nations,” he elaborated

Later, talking to the media men, the Punjab governor said that Pakistan was an Islamic welfare state and everyone was free to practice their religion as per their liking. “It is because of a small minority that we are facing criticism of the west and we must bring in harmony and patience in our behaviours to defeat the enemies,” he emphasised. He hoped that Pakistani nation would earn a good name for the country very soon. He praised the Nawaz government and said that the government was making all out efforts to bring prosperity to the country. Raising the importance of education, he said that no nation can progress without education. “We have to strengthen our education system,” he argued and assured that the government would provide basic facilities in each and every school across the province over the next two years.

On the occasion, he expressed his dissatisfaction over the unavailability of clean drinking water and said that it was regrettable.

 He ordered installation of filtration plants in each and every village, adding that the government alone could not cope up with this challenge and philanthropists should lend a helping hand to ensure clean drinking water to the public.