It’s time to practically deliver to the masses: CM Says PAF falcons wrote a new history of bravery and courage in 1965

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Staff Reporter

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Monday declared that he along with his team are working day and night to resolve public problems, saying the process ‘open court public’ will be continued so that problems of the common man could be resolved at the earliest.

“I have direct contact with the common man and will never allow anyone to hinder this mission.”

Chief Minister Usman Buzdar was speaking to people who had come to Chief Minister’s House for resolution of their problems.

On the occasion, the chief minister issued on the spot directives for resolution of the people problems and directed the officers concerned to keep a track of the complaints so that to check whether or not the problems are resolved.

The visitors expressed gratitude to the CM for his attention and prompt response to their complaints.

Talking on the occasion, the chief minister said that there are challenges but the commitment of the government is strong. He iterated the resolve that no stone will be left unturned to serve the masses.

The backward areas will be given their share in the development process, he said and added that outdated system is being revamped and decisions are made with collective consultations.

“I don’t believe in the one-man show,” the CM claimed and declared that It’s time to practically deliver to the masses as those engaged in lip-service have already gone.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar on Monday declared that the dream of an Islamic welfare State is being materialised under the leadership of PM Imran Khan.

The chief minister said the indigent stratum needs special attention of society. It’s a great virtue to look after such segments of the society, he stressed.

Regrettably, the past governments paid no attention to the rehabilitation of the impecunious strata; he regretted and further said the PTI-led government has worked for the rehabilitation of the disfranchised segments of the society.

The establishment of shelter homes and almonries is an important step to achieve the goal of a welfare state and the scope of almonries was being extended to far-flung areas to help the unattended and needy, concluded the CM.

Meanwhile in his Message on PAF DAY, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar said the PAF falcons destroyed the airpower of the enemy on September 07, 1965, and wrote a new history of bravery and courage.

In his message, the CM expressed the satisfaction that the PAF eagles had valiantly defended the aerial boundaries and beat the enemy.

September 7, 1965, is a golden chapter in the history of the Pakistan Air Force and its remarkable performance will always be remembered in the annals of history, he continued.

The whole nation is proud of its air force. The CM said the air force is ever-ready to give a befitting reply to every misadventure of the enemy. The PAF also exhibited its brilliant performance in February 2019 by downing two Indian fighter planes, he said.

The CM paid tributes to the PAF martyrs adding that the nation salutes them. This day is the recognition of commitment shown by the PAF in the 1965 war when it made the enemy flee, concluded the CM.

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