CM spends busy day in DG Khan amid scorching heat

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Visits various areas, holds meetings and inaugurate projects during 8 hours stay


Amraiz Khan

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Wednesday visited different areas of DG Khan in scorching heat for eight hours.

He started his visit at 10:15am in the morning and reached the tribal area Chowkiwala where he offered condolence to the
bereaved family on the death of Sardar Sheharyar Khan Lund.

Then he reached the sports complex in DG Khan where he inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of projects worth billions of rupees.

The CM watched the wall of the annual development programme of DG Khan. He also visited Hazrat Baba
Fareeduddin Masood Ganj Shakar e-research library.

Later, the CM went to Central Jail and Police Line. The CM met with members of the assembly, notables of the area and different delegations in the Commissioner’s Office. Usman Buzdar met the citizens in the lawn in hot weather.

 

The citizens appreciated the unprecedented steps of Sardar Usman Buzdar for the durable development of DG Khan.

Talking to the CM, they said that CM did the work which past rulers could not do in 70 years.

The claimant of “Good Governance” made dacoity on the resources of DG Khan and deprived the people of DG Khan of development. We are thankful to the
CM for giving the rights to DG Khan, said the people.

The CM regretted that the past rulers did nothing for the backward areas and emphasized that the development process has been diverted towards backward and remote areas to change the destiny of the people. I represent backward areas in Lahore,
he added.

To a question, he said PM Imran Khan would soon inaugurate the south Punjab secretariat in Bahawalpur and disclosed that rules of business of south Punjab secretariat will also be notified at the earliest to make all the departments of south
Punjab fully functional.

The CM said 122 km long Chowki Wala to Musakhel road is being constructed to connect Punjab with Balochistan and added that this 10 billion rupees project will decrease the distance by 100 km.

Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar condoled the death of legendary actor Dilip Kumar.

In a statement issued on Wednesday, the CM said Dilip Kumar ruled over the hearts of the people for a long time and his death has concluded
an era of the film industry.

The CM also extended sympathies to the bereaved family and prayed to Almighty Allah to rest the departed soul in eternal peace.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar said Havaldar Lalak Jan sacrificed his life while bravely defending the motherland.

In his message, the CM said Havaldar Lalak Jan frustrated the nefarious designs of the wicked enemy during the Kargil war.

The nation pays tributes to his great sacrifice and all the martyrs will always remain alive in our hearts, he added.

The martyrdom of Havaldar Lalak Jan guides us to make every effort to defend the country because freedom has no price.

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