Hamza chairs meeting to review matters pertaining to Local Govt CM hosts ‘Golden Man’ at CMO

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Chief Minister Punjab Hamza Shahbaz chaired a special meeting at Model Town today in which Federal Minister Ahsan Iqbal also participated and matters relating to local government came under review during the meeting.

Hamza Shahbaz said that local government should be made public friendly through reforms.

He stated that local government institutions play a pivotal role to provide quality service to the people at the grassroots level. He emphasised that it is need of the hour to devolve power to the lower tiers in order to ensure progress at the grassroots level.

A detailed review was made to take into account different aspects of local government system during the meeting.

Awais Leghari, Atta Tarar, Zeeshan Rafique, Sami Ullah Khan, Ramzan Siddique Bhatti, Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary to CM, Secretaries of concerned departments, public representatives and specialists also attended the meeting.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Punjab Hamza Shahbaz played host to “Golden Man’’ at CMO and on his invitation ‘’Golden Man’’ reached CMO and met with him.

Hamza Shahbaz warmly welcomed the ‘’Golden Man’’ and while talking with him on a lighter note asked him about the reasons behind adopting such a distinctive work. ‘’Golden Man’’ apprised Hamza Shahbaz that he has three brothers and sisters and earns his livelihood by becoming ‘Golden Man’’ for the sake of his brothers and sisters.

He informed that he himself paints golden colour on his clothes and face and thanked the CM for extending him an invitation.CM gave autograph on the shirt of ‘’Golden Man’’ on his wish.

Hamza Shahbaz assured him to work in any part of Punjab and no one would stop him adding that he takes pride on such hard working youths like you.CM duly acknowledged his spirit and remarked well done “Golden Man’’ remain happy.

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