Says history devoid of examples set by armed forces in 1965 war
Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Sunday held another ‘Open Court’ during which he met with more than 200 people belonged to neglected areas of the province.
The chief minister also summoned the heads of departments concerned to the ‘Open Court’, and met with each visitor in person separately and listened to their issues.
The women from far flung areas also informed him about their problems. He issued instruction on the spot for the redressal of the public grievances.
The people prayed Chief Minister for taking personal interest in resolving their problems and said that they are thankful to him for listening to their problems and issued instructions on the spot for the early redrassal. They were of the view, this is the new Pakistan where the doors of the CM’s Office are open for the common man.
Expressing his views on the occasion, Usman Buzdar said that Allah Almighty has blessed him the Chief Ministership to resolve the peoples’ problems.
He further stated that he is fully aware about the problems of a common man. He termed the public as his asset and said that doors of CM’s Secretariat are always open for all. He asserted to further expedite the journey of public service.
The Chief Minister also visited the awareness counter setup by DGPR. Director General Samman Rai briefed him about the “Public Awareness Counter”. He expressed keen interest in the initiative.
The Chief Minister saw pamphlets and picture booklets on various development projects at the counter.
At the counter articles, features and supplements published in various newspapers have been presented in book form. Chief Minister Usman Buzdar appreciated the performance of DGPR and his team.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has congratulated Pakistani wrestler Inam Butt for winning the gold medal in the Beach Wrestling World Series and said that the whole nation is proud of his victory. The chief minister said that Inam Butt bring laurels for the nation and uphold national flag. Usman Buzdar termed Inam Butt’s victory as Pakistan’s victory.
He said that young people like Inam Butt are our pride adding that he once again proved that Pakistani players are no less than anyone in their abilities. The Chief Minister prayed for Inam Butt for more success in his life.
Meanwhile, CM Usman Buzdar condemned the blast near Mastung Road in Quetta and paid homage to the great sacrifice of the martyred security personnel.
The CM extended heartfelt sympathies and condolences to their families and said that they have sacrificed their lives to ensure peace and law and order of the country.
On the other hand, in his message on Defence Day, CM Usman Buzdar said that 6th September 1965 is a golden chapter in the defence history of Pakistan when its armed forces and people stood united and retaliated against the aggression of cowardly enemy.
The Chief Minister said that brave sons of soil recorded unprecedented stories of bravery and courage and foiled the nefarious designs of the enemy.
Usman Buzdar said that history of world is unable to present any other such example of bravery and courage, which was exhibited by Pak armed forces. The martyrs of 1965 war who retaliated against the insidious enemy are still alive in our hearts.
The CM paid rich homage to the martyrdom of the heroes of 1965 war and said that they had rendered unprecedented sacrifices for their motherland and we salute them adding that the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the defence of the homeland are our pride, glory and honor and today the whole nation expresses solidarity with them and their families.
Meanwhile, CM Usman Buzdar took strict notice of the death of a girl after gang-rape in Gujrat and sought a report of the Gujranwala RPO.
The chief minister directed the police to arrest the accused involved in the heinous crime at the earliest and provide justice to the affected family.
The special teams have been constituted on the directions of the CM to apprehend the accused.