PTI government stronger than before, say Buzdar Directs celebration of Kashmir Solidarity Day with fervor to reiterate support

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Amraiz Khan

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Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Thursday declared that the PTI government is stronger than before as every conspiracy of the opposition has failed during the last two and a half years.

“Those conspiring against the government will gain nothing till 2023”, said Chief Minister Usman Buzdar and added the opposition is involved in the politics of non-issues because it has no solid agenda for the public.

But, the CM emphasised the era of deceiving the people through hollow claims is all but over. People were deceived instead of providing relief in the past, he regretted. The politics of those bankrupted the country is over and the conspirators should give an answer about the loot of their tenures, he added. On the other side, the CM emphasised the PTI government is fulfilling its promises made with the people. Terming incumbent PTI government as the most transparent, the CM said PM Imran Khan-led government is fully engaged in public service. The opposition will not tender resignations as this requires moral courage, he said. Those who have earned money through corrupt means have no courage to resign. Usman Buzdar maintained the opposition parties spent their time deceiving the nation and, then, it continuously lied on the issue of resignations. The people are fully aware of the era of loot and the opposition has been exposed as well, he added.
No one is ready to come on the roads for the opposition. The opposition is also facing internal chaos and it is striving for the upcoming Senate election instead of tendering resignations, concluded the CM.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar directed that Kashmir Solidarity Day be celebrated with full zeal, fervour and devotion. In a statement, he appealed to the citizens to actively participate in congregations and rallies to be held on this day while following corona SOPs.
A host of functions will be held in the province to commemorate the Kashmir Solidarity Day to give a strong message to the Hindu supremacist Modi regime and the global community that Kashmir belongs to Pakistan, he added. Punjab CM said the whole nation will express its complete solidarity with the Kashmiri brethren on February 5 that oppressed Kashmiris are not alone in their struggle for freedom.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar greeted the nation on the successful test of Ghaznavi ballistic missile and paid tribute to scientists and engineers. The chief minister expressed his satisfaction that the armed forces achieved another milestone by making the national defence impregnable.

Meanwhile, CM Usman Buzdar paid tribute to two security officials who embraced martyrdom in an operation against terrorists in North Waziristan. He extended sympathies to the families of Naib Subedar Amin Ullah and Sepoy Sher Zameen.