Holding long march on ‘Pakistan Day’ totally unjustified: Buzdar

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CM also conducts surprise visit to tourism department

Amraiz Khan

Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has stated that announcing holding a long march on Pakistan Day is unjustified adding that visionless politicians should avoid achieving political gains on a national day.

He stated this in a statement that issued on Tuesday. He stated PDM would avoid holding a long march like its earlier claim of tendering resignations.

CM said announcing holding a long march on Pakistan Day is unjustified adding that visionless politicians should avoid achieving political gains on a national day.

It is an attempt to divide the nation; he maintained and advised the PDM to revisit its negative attitude as the nation would never forgive the PDM’ anarchistic designs.

Meanwhile he also sought a report from RPO Faisalabad about the torture of women in the Millat Town area of Faisalabad and directed to take action against the culprits.

A report be submitted after inquiry of the incident, he added. Meanwhile, the police have arrested 5 accused.

CM also conducted a surprise raid on the head office of the tourism department at 10-30 am on Tuesday and checked the attendance.

While expressing strong displeasure over the absence of secretary tourism, officers and officials, the CM directed to make secretary tourism OSD and suspension of staff.

Those failing to attend their offices in time have no right to remain on their posts as its sheer negligence, he continued.

I have directed to initiate disciplinary action against truant staff and observance of time would be ensured in offices, he declared.

I would pay surprise visits to departments to monitor performance as well as officers’ attendance; he spoke and announced indiscriminate action against officers and staff failing to reach in offices in time.

The government officials should mend their ways as I am deeply disappointed over the empty tourism office; he continued and repeated that this approach would not be allowed.

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