Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar on Wednesday said that the incumbent government will not be affected by any of the opposition’s plans, be it from A to Z.
“All tactics of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) failed before and similar thing will happen in future as well.”
Punjab Governor Ch Sarwar was talking to National Assembly Standing Committee on Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs Chairman Faizullah Kamoka who called on him at Governor’s House here.
“PDM parties have neither come on same page till date, and nor will they come in future. Hurdles in development being created by the opposition are not in the national interest. PDM is a temporary alliance whereas the government and its allies are united. “Prime Minister Imran Khan never makes compromises and bravely faces all problems. The process of accountability will continue in the country which is heading in right direction for the first time.”
Faizullah Kamoka said work is done for the progress of common man for the first time, and the opposition’s agenda based on anarchy will fail.
ARRANGEMENTS FOR KASHMIR SOLIDARITY DAY Punjab Minister for Law and Chairman Punjab Kashmir Committee Raja Basharat has said that on February 5, the whole nation would show exemplary solidarity with Kashmiri people fighting Indian oppression to make the international community aware of the worst-ever atrocities. He was addressing a meeting held to review arrangements for Kashmir Solidarity Day here on Wednesday. Provincial Parliamentary Secretary Information Nadeem Qureshi, Additional Chief Secretary, Secretary Information and other officers concerned were also present. The meeting decided to celebrate Kashmir Solidarity Day at the provincial level with full vigour. During briefing on arrangements made for the day, Information Secretary Raja Jahangir Anwar said that in line with the federal government directives, various functions and events related to Kashmir issue would be held on February 5 in the provincial capital and all districts. The Lahore gathering will be addressed by Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Bazdar and relevant Deputy Commissioner in each district. Human hand chains will be made in every district to show solidarity with Kashmiris. Speech and essay writing competitions will be held in educational institutions to highlight the Kashmir issue. Stickers will be affixed on metro buses to highlight Indian atrocities on Kashmiris and Indian aggression will be exposed to the world through the media.” Raja Basharat directed all departments to finalize the arrangements for Kashmir Solidarity Day in a timely manner and also to include the people, ministers, assembly members, media representatives and civil society members of their respective areas in the proposed events.