Opposition has no agenda for public welfare: CM Says huge amount of Rs360b has been allocated for development

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Amraiz Khan

Punjab Chief Minister Sradar Usman Buzdar on Tuesday regretted that the past rulers did done nothing for the public welfare as only corruption was rampant in their tenure.

In a statement, the chief minister said that the opposition has no agenda for the country as “corruption kings” are only concerned about saving their plundered money.

“The past rulers prioritized personal interest and focused on ways for corruption which was rampant in the previous tenure,” Usan Buzdar pointed out, adding that the country would have not plunged into the quagmire of loans, had there been no corruption.

“The public money was mercilessly wasted on exhibitory projects,” he deplored. The nation supports across the board accountability while PM Imran Khan has waged a war against corruption.

The country will move forward with the accountability of corrupt elements while the opposition is making futile efforts to save its looted money, the CM added.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar condoled with Sahibzada Amir Ahmed over the death of his mother and offered fateha for departed soul in Basal Sharif.

He extended sympathies to the bereaved heirs. Maj (r) MNA Tahir Sadiq, provincial ministers – Malik Muhammad Anwar, Yawar Abbas Bukhari, senior PTI leader Malik Khurram Ali Khan and others accompanied the chief minister during the visit.

Speaking on the occasion, the CM announced naming of Government Degree College Bassal after Khawaja Amir Ahmed Chishti (RA).

He also announced plans to make Basal a model village. Attock is my second home and the residents of Basal will be provided with every facility, he added.

The CM informed that Rs360 billion has been earmarked for the district development package across Punjab in the budget for 2021-22. A huge development package will be announced for Attock soon.

The government has formulated district development packages according to the particular needs and requirement of every district”, he said and added that the development process has been extended to remote areas and he would personally reviewing public through field visits.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar sought a report from CCPO Lahore about the abduction of four girls in Hanjarwal area and directed that every effort should be made for their safe recovery.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar sought a report from RPO Sahiwal about the missing of four sisters in Arifwala and directed that police should ensure safe recovery of the lost girls.

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