PM committed to make Pakistan a true welfare state


Ch Sarwar, Haleem Adil discuss political, administrative matters

Staff Reporter

Opposition leader in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh called on Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar at Governor House in Lahore on Friday and discussed political and administrative matters during the meeting.

On the occasion, the Punjab governor appreciated the efforts of Haleem Adil Sheikh for raising voice for resolution the public problems in Sindh at various forums including Sindh Assembly.

Talking on the occasion, Punjab Governor Ch Sarwar said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is committed to transform Pakistan into a true welfare state.

He said that the government is stable and the opposition’s wish for mid-term elections will never be fulfilled, adding that the public’s support is with the government’s narrative not with the opposition.

He said that for the very first time, the government is taking practical steps for the development and prosperity of the country.

The governor said that under the umbrella of Ehsaas “Koi bhooka na soye” is a historic initiative of the government.

He further said that the provision of basic facilities including health and education to the people is the top most priority of the government for which all resources are being utilized, adding that the credit for getting the country out of the economic crisis also goes to the current government.

Haleem Adil Sheikh said that the political story of the opposition is over. He said that we are exposing the PPP’s corruption, loot and plunder in Sindh. He said that the solution to the problems of the people of Sindh is the top priority of the federal government.

Meanwhile, Punjab Law and Cooperatives Minister Raja Basharat directed to make Emergency Service 15 more efficient and repair the faulty security cameras installed across the City without any delay.

He was presiding over a meeting at Chief Minister’s House on Friday. The meeting was convened on the directives of the Chief Minister to review the issues of Punjab Safe City Authority (PSCA). Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PSCA Kamran Khan gave a briefing on the performance and issues of the authority.

Raja Basharat said that steps should be taken to activate inactive e-challan sites in the City. It was decided in the meeting that the approval of the revised decisions of the Executive Committee of the PSCA would be sought from the Punjab Cabinet at the earliest.

The Chief Secretary, Inspector General Police, Additional Chief Secretary Home, Principal Secretary to CM, Secretary Finance, Secretary P&D, CCPO and other officers were also present on the occasion.


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