Problems of MPs constituencies to be solved on priority: Buzdar CM condemns Azadi March, terms it slavery march

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Staff Reporter

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Sunday said problems of assembly members relating to their constituencies would be solved on priority.
According to a handout issued here, the CM said he would not allow anyone to create hurdles in works, adding problems of the assembly members would be resolved to facilitate the masses of their constituencies.
Usman Buzdar said: “I will personally monitor progress being taken on every valid work of assembly members”.
Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that the so-called March staged under the name of Azadi is in fact “slavery march”.
Those discarded elements want to convert the nation into slaves of old Pakistan once again. 22 crore people of Pakistan have out rightly rejected old Pakistan as new Pakistan is in the making and the era of slavery will not return, he maintained.
Usman Buzdar in his message said that no one can halt the journey of change under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan. The people of Pakistan have given five years mandate to PTI and holding peaceful protest is right of everyone, he added. Anti-people activities will not be tolerated at any cost regarding creating unrest, anarchy and sabotaging law and order in the country.
Those rejected elements by the people are trying to harm Kashmir cause under the guise of so-called March, concluded Usman Buzdar
Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar presided over a high-level meeting at CM Office here today in which matters pertaining to performance of Revenue Department and Punjab Land Record Authority were reviewed. During the meeting, it has been decided to change the nomenclature of the post of Patwari. Usman Buzdar while giving approval in the change of nomenclature for the post of Patwari said that Patwari will be given the designation of Village Officer and will be allocated grade 14. Induction will be done through Punjab Public Service Commission and six months compulsory training will be undertaken after recruitment into service.
Chief Minister also granted approval for giving laptops to Village Officers. During the meeting it also came under review to give Patwaris grade 11 and Gardawar grade 14 during their period of service. It was also decided to formulate service structure for promotion of the staff of Punjab land Record Authority. It was also decided to make one tehsil of Lahore with regard to revenue as a Model Tehsil. Usman Buzdar also directed Commissioner Lahore to undertake immediate steps so as to make one Model Tehsil.
He also directed to set up 115 Arazi Centers in far-flung areas of the province by the month of December. PTI government is undertaking revolutionary measures in order to provide ease in revenue matters, he added. Bank counters will also be established for payment at Land Record Centers. With the setting up of such bank counters, citizens will not have to visit Arazi Centers time and again and will be saved from this hassle, he stated.
He further directed that citizens should not face any difficulty with regard to obtaining land documents. Those officers and officials who grab bribes from the citizens will find their places behind the bars, he warned.
“I will not tolerate any complaint relating to grabbing money from the citizens.”, he reiterated.