Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz Friday said that the current provincial government would not indulge in politics of revenge at all and people’s problems would be solved on priority basis.
In a statement issued here, he said those who made tall claims of giving 10 million jobs, in fact, misled the youth. Those who had promised to give five million houses did not give even a single house to the poor, he said and regretted that the architects of a new Pakistan gave nothing to the people except for inflation.
The chief minister said that the fake rulers made people’s lives difficult in the new Pakistan. “We will not make any false promises as public welfare is our main focus,” he said. This government would solve problems and lessen difficulties of masses, he added.
On the other hand Chief Minister has taken strict notice of the murder of father of PML(N) MPA Naveed Ali Arain and sought a report from IG po-lice. The CM has directed to immediately bring the accused to task and termed it is a test case for the police.
The requirements of justice would be fulfilled and those involved in this crime would not escape from punishment, he added and expressed a deep sense of sorrow and grief over the murder of father of Naveed Ali Arain.
He also sought reports from the Gujranwala com-missioner and RPO about the mutilation of the corpse of a differently-abled girl in Gujrat and directed to immediately arrest the accused. Any necrophilia incident is intolerable, he warned.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Punjab Hamza Shahbaz has sought reports from the Sahiwal commissioner and RPO about the desecration of a girl’s corpse at Okara’s Janay Maula cemetery and directed stern action against necrophiles. Lighting and other measures be taken to prevent such incidents and those visiting graveyards at night should be closely monitored, he said.