Public service core agenda of PTI govt: CM Says one could dare stop journey of development, transparency

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Amraiz Khan

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Monday declared tat the PTI has never indulged itself in the politics of allegations as public service is the core agenda of the PTI-led government.

“The past rulers remained immersed in the politics of accusations but now the voters have rejected them forever for their misdeed,” Usman Buzdar pointed out and added that these elements, flagrantly, violated the norms of transparency and merit-based governance in their tenure.

“They are, now, contriving to discontinue the journey of public service by spreading chaos in the society,” he continued.

The CM made it clear that no one could dare stop the journey of development and transparency under the leadership of PM Imran Khan.

Those trying to stop the mission of a transparent and democratic Pakistan have no future, he stated.

The CM regretted that mafias ruled everywhere as the past rulers patronized every sort of mafia for saving their interests.

Regrettably, the stakes of the past rulers and mafias were common and this mafia, even, existed today in its crude form, he added.

Pakistan’s composite development and the culture of political transparency, under the leadership of PM Imran Khan, is against the stakes of this mafia but the PTI will eliminate every sort of mafias, the CM maintained and added that those protecting and patronising the mafias in their tenure have ended up as a symbol of disgrace.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar paid rich tributes to the bravery and valour of Capt Col Sher Khan who sacrificed his life for keeping the Pakistani flag fluttering at an altitude of 17000 feet.

In his message, the CM said Capt. Col. Sher Khan incurred heavy losses to the wicked enemy and foiled her nefarious designs with his valour and intrepidity.

It is heartening that Capt. Col. Sher Khan set a high example of devotion, responsibility and commitment in the Kargil crisis, he added.

The chief minister declared that Capt. Col. Sher Khan was a proud symbol of patriotism, boldness and, even, the enemy acknowledged his absolute fearlessness and gallantry.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar directed enforcement of anti-corona SOPs in cattle markets adding that best cleanliness arrangements should also be ensured.

The chief minister made it clear that legal action will be initiated in case of any violation.

Similarly, special arrangements should be made for smooth flow of traffic around cattle markets and animals should be sprayed for safety from Congo Virus, he added.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar expressed a deep sense of sorrow and grief over the death of columnist Masood Ashar.

The CM extended sympathies to the bereaved family and prayed for the salvation of the departed soul.

Masood Ashar highlighted social problems and enjoyed a distinct status in column writing.

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