Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has regretted that the opposition was trying to politically destabilize the country to hinder the composite development process.
In a statement issued on Monday, the CM asserted that the politics of anarchy was against national interest when the country was getting stronger. There is a need to maintain unity instead of holding a march or no-confidence; he maintained and observed that every Pakistani should prioritise national interest while shunning personal ego. PM Imran Khan has always given precedence to national interest on every occasion while the opposition’s political manoeuvres revolve around personal stakes; he maintained and emphasised that all are united under PM Imran Khan. Every undemocratic tactic would be fully countered and the government would fulfil its term as the stunt of no confidence would soon fade away, the CM concluded.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has directed the cabinet committee on price-control to recommend effective steps for giving substantial relief to the citizens in the month of Ramadan.
In a statement issued on Monday, the CM told that the government would give a Ramadan package, worth billions of rupees, this year, too, to give real relief to the common man. Ramadan bazaars and agri fair-price shops would be set up across the province to supply eatables at subsidized rates, he announced.
While instructing to provide maximum relief to the consumers, he added that the scope of sahulat bazaars would be permanently expanded to save shoppers from artificial price-hikes.
The CM directed to make Ramadan bazaars functional from the last week of Sha’ban adding that he would visit them. Similarly, ministers and administrative secretaries would also visit them to complement the mission of providing relief to the citizens, he concluded.