Looters can’t be called leaders: CM Usman Buzdar

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LAHORE:Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said the country is moving towards development and prosperity as the PTI government has taken several steps for public welfare.

In a statement, the chief minister said the government expenditures had been sufficiently curtailed by the incumbents. Those who bankrupted the country could not claim to be leaders, he stressed.

The CM reiterated that the direction and commitment of the government are in the right direction. He regretted that national resources were mercilessly wasted in the past in the garb of exhibitory projects. The PTI government has done away with the wrong tradition of wasting national resources because the government money is the sacred trust of the people, he added.

The defeated elements are conspiring against PM Imran Khan from the day one but the public service-oriented politics of the prime minister has foiled every conspiracy. The people will continue to side with the PTI despite the spate of propaganda and the new Pakistan will move forward under the leadership of PM Imran Khan, concluded the CM.

Usman Buzdar thanked Almighty Allah for recovery from corona and added that he was also obliged to the people for their prayers. “I will continue the core mission of public service as serving the masses is the main agenda of the PTI government,” he said and asked the citizens to follow SOPs as the corona is a viral disease. The chief minister congratulated the nation on a successful test of guided multi-launching rocket system Fatah-1.

In a statement, the CM paid tributes to the scientists adding that a successful test of 140-kilometre long missile system would further strengthen the national defence. Pakistan is a peaceful country but has the full capability to give a befitting reply to any aggression, he added.

CONDOLENCES: The chief minister has condoled the death of the father of Naeem Ghous, special secretary higher education department, and prayed that may Almighty Allah rest the departed soul in eternal peace and grant courage to the bereaved family to bear the loss with equanimity.

The chief minister also expressed deep grief over the death of Muneera Yameen, MPA. The CM extended heartfelt sympathies to the heirs and prayed that may Allah Almighty grant courage to the bereaved family to bear the loss with fortitude.

SEEKS REPORT: The chief minister has sought a report from the administration about an incident of fire in Rana Town factory and asked the rescue teams to expedite their operation. The administration should monitor the rescue work on the spot and all resources should be utilised to extinguish the fire, he added. He also extended sympathies to the bereaved heirs and expressed deep grief over the loss of lives.

The chief minister sought a report from IG police about the burning of two girl children in Muzaffargarh and directed to take stern action against the arrested culprits.

The bereaved family should be provided justice as the criminals deserve exemplary punishment, he added. Meanwhile, the police have arrested the two accused.

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