CM orders utilising all resources for dengue eradication
Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that PTI government will not tolerate any hurdle in the way of public service. PTI government has initiated indiscriminate action against those officers and officials being found involved in not serving the public.
He said that he has assumed the office of Chief Minister in order to fulfil the pledge of doing public service. PTI government will go to every possible limit to ensure progress and prosperity for the people of the province.
Chief Minister expressed this in a statement that great emphasis was being done on self-projection in the past and PTI government only wants welfare of the masses. Our government will not squander away national money like being done during the tenures of previous governments on ostentatious projects. PTI government has launched such projects which will give direct benefit to the public, added Usman Buzdar.
People have been deprived of their basic necessities of life in the previous tenures. People of the province used to wait painfully for getting basic necessities in the past and deprivations of the people have been increased manifold by spending funds allocated for under developed areas on their liked projects.
PTI government has imposed a ban for spending funds allocated for South Punjab on some other project, he added. Declared development funds being allocated for the progress and prosperity of the people of South Punjab will only be spent on their welfare and betterment.
Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar, during a meeting with Health Minister Dr Yasmeen Rashid, has put emphasis on utilisation of all resources to eradicate the dengue threat completely.
The health minister briefed him about measures being taken for controlling dengue and provision of treatment facilities to patients in hospitals of the province.
The chief minister, while directing her to run anti-dengue campaign more efficiently, said action would be taken against those officials who would show dereliction of duty in anti-dengue campaign.
Buzdar said the performance of anti-dengue teams should be monitored on a daily basis.
He said 100 per cent implementation on the chalked out plan should be ensured. He directed that divisional commissioners and deputy commissioners should personally monitor the anti-dengue campaign. Dengue patients should be provided proper care in hospitals, he added.