Politics of loot, plunder now over: Buzdar

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Amraiz Khan

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said the politics of loot and plunder is over now in the country. He said this in a meeting with members of the provincial assembly from different districts at his office here on Wednesday.
He said that people were deceived in the name of development projects in previous tenures and fundamental problems were, altogether, ignored. In fact, the reason for Pakistan’s backwardness is corruption and inefficiencies of the past rulers, he added.
He said that those who made the country a hostage of loans cannot claim of leading the nation. Now, the leadership and the government are totally transparent and honest, he added.
He said the PTI government inherited the bad economic situation and the past government was responsible for it.
He said the government was taking effective steps and economic situation was being improved because of the solid policies of the PTI government.
The past misdeeds were being rectified one by one, he said. Usman Buzdar said the development and prosperity was the right of every citizen and no one would be allowed to interrupt the journey of public service.
The journey had been started under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan to achieve the goals of a new Pakistan and midnight oil was being burnt to come up to the expectations of the people, the CM said.
He said the PTI government was rectifying the mistakes spanning over 70 years and the government would improve the quality of life of the indigent strata.
He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s mission of corruption-free Pakistan had become the voice of the nation.
The assembly members are my power in the mission of transforming Punjab as an exemplary province, he said.
Buzdar reiterated that there was no place for corruption or corrupt elements in the new Pakistan and added that the government was serving with true passion.
Targets would be achieved through the implementation of public welfare programs, he added.
MPAs Muhammad Amir Nawaz Khan, Raja Sagheer Ahmed, Amjed Mehmood Chaudhary, Muhammad Latasab Satti, Chaudhary Sajid Mehmood, Javaid Kausar, Muhammad Atif, Muhammad Sibtain Raza, Shahabuddin Khan, Sardar Muhammad Owais Dreshak, Mst. Ummul Baneen Ali, Syeda Farah Uzma and Chief Whip Syed Abbas Ali Shah were present in the meeting.