ICJ decision in Kulbushan case victory of justice: Buzdar CM chairs meeting on industries department


Staff Reporter

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar Thursday said that decision of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Kulbushan Jadhav case was the victory of justice, as truth has prevailed, lies and deceit have been defeated.
In a statement, the chief minister congratulated the nation on the victory of truth and said that Pakistan emerged victorious by the grace of the Almighty. He said that Pakistan is a peace-loving country,adding that deceitful Indian narrative had been defeated and India had eaten humble pie.
Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Thursday chaired a meeting on the industries department at his office, wherein it was decided that special bazaars would be established and indigenous industries would be promoted under the department in different cities for providing employment opportunities to the eligible persons.
The chief minister said that identical stalls would be set up at the special bazaars by doing away with the archaic handcart culture. Joy-lands will also be established for the visiting children at special bazaars, he added.
He said that new industrial policy would prove a game-changer initiative for promotion of industries as employment opportunities would be available to more than 15 lakh skilled workers within the next few years.
He said that the establishment of special economic zones would also helpful in promoting local industry and added that a new technical syllabus was being introduced on the pattern of German and Swedish models. Every student will be given an opportunity of online training in different industries after completing the technical education, he added.
He said that the establishment of industrial estates in Wazirabad and Gujranwala would help provide more employment opportunities to the local workers, adding that the Punjab business registration portal had been set up to facilitate the trader community.
Principal Secretary to CM, secretaries of industries and information departments and other officials attended meeting.