Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Tuesday said that strengthening of democratic norms lies in transparent elections and the PTI is also striving for ensuring transparency in the electoral process.
The CM condemned horse-trading and termed it an undemocratic act. The PTI’s honest leadership is facing corrupt elements while the opposition has always promoted monetary politics for fulfilling the agenda.
Negative politics is worthless in comparison with the agenda for public service, he added. Meanwhile, corrupt practices have been exposed and horse-trading will not succeed.
The PTI will emerge as a majority party and opposition will be defeated because its narrative has been rejected, concluded the CM.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar said that a separate development plan for every district will be devised in consultation with MNAs and MPAs concerned to complete public welfare schemes on a priority basis.
The chief minister was talking to a host of MNAs including Muhammad Amjad Farooq Khan Khosa, Sardar Jaffar Khan Leghari, Sardar Muhammad Khan Leghari, Sardar Riaz Khan Mazari, Niaz Ahmad Jhakhar, Malik Muhammad Ahsanullah Tiwana, Muhammad Shabbir Ali, Makhdoom Samiul Hassan Gillani, Malik Abdul Ghafoor Wattoo, Javed Iqbal Warraich, Syed Mubin Ahmad, Ghulam Bibi Bharwana, Sanaullah Mastikhel, Tahir Iqbal and others.
The MNAs apprised the CM about their constituencies related problems. The CM issued directions for the solution of various issues and reiterated that the government is working round the clock to resolve the public problems.
I am in constant contact with the parliamentarians and consultation with Punjab based MNAs will be continued, he added.
The nation has unwavering trust in the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan and we are also united under him, the CM stated and regretted that critics are trying to disrupt the development process.
The critics have remained unsuccessful on every occasion; he added and asserted that the development process will not stop.
Meanwhile, the CM deplored the opposition is engaged in the politics of non-issues because of lack of a solid agenda and reminded it that the era of befooling the masses with hollow slogans is all but over.
He mentioned that the journey of development has been extended to backward areas, as well as to the cities, that remained neglected in the past. Unlike the past practices, funds are not given to some specific cities as a policy of composite development has been evolved, concluded the CM.