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PM’s address is voice of nation: Buzdar Vice Chairman PSPA calls on CM

Amraiz Khan

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that the address of Prime Minister Imran Khan is the voice of the whole nation and added that Imran Khan has vigorously represented the aspirations of the 22 crore people of Pakistan because they want an end to the menace of corruption as well as strict accountability of the corrupt.
In a statement issued on Wednesday, the Chief Minister said that the people want that looters should be given exemplary punishments and the looted money should also be brought back to the country. The corrupt have incurred irreparable losses to the country and they will not escape from their logical end. He said that the struggle of the PTI against corruption is proving meaningful and added that corruption is impossible in the tenure of Prime Minister Imran Khan. We pay tributes to Prime Minister Imran Khan for standing tall and strong in the struggle against the corruption, he said. People are not siding with the corrupt. An honest leadership will wriggle the country out of the quagmire of crises and new records of transparency will also be set, the Chief Minister concluded.
Vice Chairman Punjab Social Protection Authority (PSPA) Ali Asjad Malhi called on Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar at his office on Wednesday and discussed various matters including the performance and role played by the PSPA. Talking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that PSPA’s role towards the welfare of the low-income families and the down-trodden is very important.
The PTI government gives importance to the welfare of the deserving people especially women, children and abandoned elders. The promise of the welfare of the deserving and needy people will be fulfilled through new social protection policy, he added. The purpose of social protection policy is to bring ease in the lives of the impecunious strata. For that purpose, special projects are being started for the deserving women, children and the elders and new programmes will also be formulated for speedy wellbeing of the low-income families.
The government is also taking steps for the education, free treatment, screening, legal and psychological consultation and shelter of the transgender children.
Similarly, womenfolk of rural areas will be made economically self-reliant through human capital investment project as the welfare of the down-trodden is our important agenda, the Chief Minister concluded.