CM regrets over no sustainable work done by opponents


Felicitates new Sheikhupura press club body

Former minister Syed Sumsam Ali Bukhari MPA called on Chief Minister Punjab Chaudhry Parvez Elahi at his office.

The CM reiterated that serving the people was his core objective and thanked Allah Almighty for enabling him to serve the religion as well. For the first time, Khatam-ul-Nabiyeen (SAW) University will be set up in Lahore. The Punjab assembly has unanimously approved the bill and one billion rupees have also been earmarked for it. This university would become a distinguished institution for research on the Seerat-ul-Nabi (PBUH); he said and added that a VC block, mosque and hostel would be built in it.

The CM regretted that no sustainable work has been done for the public welfare by the opponents as their tenures were packed with political chicanery. ‘We are taking concrete steps to give relief to the people like our first term and public welfare work done in five months has no comparison,’ he maintained. The politics of propaganda is the domain of opponents and they will continue to be answered through public service. We will continue to do public-centric work without caring for the opponents, he concluded.

Principal Secretary to CM Muhammad Khan Bhatti was also present.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Punjab Chaudhry Parvez Elahi has congratulated the newly elected president Rana Muhammad Usman and others on their success in the election of Press Club Sheikhupura.

The CM also congratulated the unopposed senior vice president Azeem Ali Sheikh, vice president Aqeel Ahmad Bhatti, general secretary Ghulam Mustafa, joint secretary Saifur Rehman Saifi, finance secretary Khaqan Bhatti, information secretary Aziz Shahid and office secretary Qamaruddin Qadri.

The CM extended good wishes to them and hoped that they would play their role in solving the problems of the journalists of Sheikhupura.