Islam religion of love with humanity: Buzdar

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CM inaugurates monsoon tree-plantation campaign
Staff Reporter
Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that Islam is a religion of love with humanity and our Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) set an example of love and affection towards entire humanity which will always be remembered.
In his message on World Humanitarian Day, Usman Buzdar said that there is a dire need to promote the golden principles of love towards humanity for setting up of a peaceful society which will be free from colour, creed or race.
He said the greatness of humanity lies in serving and loving fellow human beings. He said that on the one side the world is celebrating “World Humanitarian Day” and on the other side, India has crossed all limits of the humiliation of humanity.
The Chief Minister said every eye and heart is saddened over Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir. Kashmiri people have been deprived of all their human rights on the occasion of World Humanitarian Day. The Modi government should look into its conscience on the occasion of World Humanitarian Day, he added.
Usman Buzdar said that a peaceful society cannot be formed without the principles of love and humanity. It is a moral obligation of every individual of the society to help the ailing humanity, he concluded.
Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar inaugurated the monsoon plantation campaign 2019 with the slogan that every person should plant two saplings on the occasion of Plant for Pakistan Day at Khudpur, Manga Mandi. Minister of State for Climate Change Zartaj Gull, Advisor to Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Ameen Aslam, Federal Parliamentary Secretary for Climate Change and a large number of scouts also planted trees and prayed for the success of the plantation campaign.
Later, while addressing the inaugural ceremony of tree plantation campaign 2019, the Chief Minister announced to name the place allocated for tree plantation in Khudpur after Kashmir Park and said that 50-acres of government’s retrieved land dedicated to the Kashmiri brethren. He said that the announcement to name one road in every district and one park in every division after Kashmir will soon be implemented. We express complete solidarity with the Kashmiri people who are facing Indian brutalities in Occupied Kashmir, he said. Usman Buzdar said that law the of polythene-free Punjab will soon be enforced. Ban will soon be imposed on plastic bags in Punjab, he added. Punjab government has approved the summary of a ban on using polythene bags which will soon be implemented after the approval of the next cabinet meeting.
He said that the target of increasing forest areas will be achieved in the next four years. Billion tree project will prove to be a game-changer in the environmental history of the country. He said that plantation of trees is among the top priorities of the PTI government. Government and civil society gives due importance to the plantation.
Billion Tree Tsunami project has been launched for bringing a green revolution in the country. Billions of rupees have been allocated for protecting the forests and plantation. He said that record 42 cores saplings would be planted for the first time in the history of Pakistan. Saplings would be planted at government, private and defence lands in Punjab.
Thousands of acres of land have been retrieved and is being given to the government institutions. He said that plantation has been carried out after retrieving 50 acres of land from qabza mafia in Khudpur as it is the best use of state land. He said the students and people from different walks of life are included in this process.
Advisor to PM Malik Ameen Aslam said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has dreamed about making Pakistan green and we all are gathered here for giving practical shape to his dream. Pakistan will be made clean and green. He said that Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar is serving the people of the province in an active manner and his role for the success of clean and green Pakistan is very vibrant.
He appealed to the people that every citizen should plant one sapling for Pakistan and second for Kashmir. He said that the ministry has received a grant of Rs. 24 billion during the year for reducing environmental pollution.
Zartaj Gull said that performance of Usman Buzdar is better than other provinces and this has been acknowledged in a report as well. She said that Pakistan is rich in natural beauty but no planning was made in connection with protecting the environment during the last tenure.