CM pays tributes to Pak Army martyred officers, sepoys

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Opposition has put national interests at stake: Buzdar

Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has paid rich tributes to the great sacrifice of six Pakistan Army martyred officers and sepoys who were performing their duties in a UN Congo Mission and embraced martyrdom in a helicopter accident.

CM expressed his heartfelt sympathy and sorrow with the heirs of the martyrs and stated that he is deeply grieved over the martyrdom of officers and sepoys in a helicopter accident.

He said that the officers and sepoys of Pakistan Army Aviation Unit by laying down their precious lives have set a high example of their being dutiful.CM praised that the whole nation is proud of their officers and sepoys to embrace martyrdom while performing their duties in Congo.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar met with Provincial Ministers, PML-N MPA Ashraf Ansari and elected representatives at CMO today in which matters pertaining to mutual interest and political situation came under discussion. CM while talking on this occasion, said that he never allowed personal interest to prevail upon national interest adding that the opposition have put the national interests at stake.

He categorically remarked that no conspiracy against the PTI government will succeed as it has only served the masses in its 3 and a half years tenure.

Usman Buzdar vowed that we stand by our leader PM Imran Khan and will continue to remain so. Those who met with the CM included Hamid Yar Hiraj, Khayal Ahmed Kastro, Sami Ullah Chaudhry, Rana Shahbaz Ahmed, Ghazeen Abbasi, Syed Raza Bukhari, Mahinder Pal Singh, Sardar Ahmed Ali Dreshak and others. Chief Whip Punjab Assembly / MPA Syed Abbas Ali Shah, Younas Ansari, Tahir Bashir Cheema, Raza Dreshak were also present on this occasion.

 

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