Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman has said the PDM is moving from pillar to post for an NRO but they will never get it as long as Prime Minister Imran Khan ruling the country.
The chief minister asserted that opposition’s campaign is directionless as protection of self-interest is their lone agenda. The people will not be deceived by unscrupulous elements as the economy has been put on the right track, he added. The CM expressed the satisfaction that the economy is recovering despite the corona attack adding that people need development and prosperity. The 220 million people of Pakistan have already shown their disinterest towards futile agitation and they will not allow anybody to hinder the composite development process, he further said.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Sardar Usman has sought a report from the IG Police about kidnap-cum-murder of two sisters in Kahana and directed to provide justice to the bereaved family at every cost. The perpetrators of the crime deserve exemplary punishment and strict legal action be initiated against the arrest criminals, he added. Meanwhile, the police have arrested two nominated accused.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Sardar Usman has expressed a deep sense of sorrow over the death of two children due to blast of a hand-grenade at Kohat Road area of Peshawar and extended sympathies to the bereaved heirs. He has also prayed for early recovery of the injured.
On the other hand, Chief Minister Sardar Usman has expressed a deep sense of sorrow over the loss of precious human lives due to gas leakage in Mansehra and extended sympathies to the bereaved heirs. The government fully shares the grief of the heirs, he added.
On the other hand, Provincial Minister for Prisons Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chohan Tuesday said today’s day is being observed to remind the United Nations (UN) to fulfill promises made with Kashmir. He urged the intergovernmental organization to ensure implementation over the January 5, 1949 resolution.
The provincial minister said in his statement that the UN Security Council (UNSC) should fulfill the promise, made 72 years ago, of giving right to self-determination to the people of Kashmir. He said India always suppressed Kashmiris but even the lockdown in the held valley since August 2019 could not defeat their determination.
Fayyaz Chohan said Pakistan’s stance over the matter is very clear, but Islamabad’s efforts to solve the dispute by dialogues should not be considered as weakness. The international community should also take notice of New Delhi’s barbarity in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), he added.