Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar said that public is standing with the narrative of the Government and not with the Opposition.
“Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) has become the most renown and national party of Pakistan.
Victory in Cantonment Board elections reflects the confidence of people in the policies of the government.”
Punjab Governor Ch Sarwar was speaking during his meeting with PTI Secretary General Aamir Kiani here on Monday.
Political, administrative and other issues came under discussion during the meeting and the Punjab governor congratulated Prime Minister Imran Khan, party leadership and party workers on victory in Cantonment Board elections.
Chaudhry Sarwar said that victory in Cantonment Board elections has once again proved that public supports the policies of the government under the leadership of Imran Khan, adding that Imran Khan, presently, is the most popular national leader of Pakistan.
He said that the only mission of current government is to strengthen Pakistan and make it prosper.
There is no such example in past of the steps taken by current government in educational, health and other sectors, he added.
PTI Secretary General Aamir Kiani said that Tehreek-e-Insaf believes in public service and we are thankful to the people for reposing confidence in the leadership of the PTI in Cantonment Board elections. He said that the promises made with the public will be fulfilled.
Earlier, in a tweet the Punjab Governor shared a video of a UK parliamentarian, who exposed India.
In his tweet message, the Punjab Governor said that India is the biggest enemy of Muslims and peace and facilitator of terrorists.
Pakistan stands with peace but India is supporting terrorists, he added. He further said that Pakistan is exposing Indian terrorism and oppression in front of whole world. The world should take notice of India for promoting Islamophobia and crimes against Muslims.
Meanwhile, Shahdara in the north of Lahore received maximum rainfall in recent wet spell in Punjab’s capital city on Monday.
The Met Office stated that Lahore’s historic suburb Shahdara, in north of the city, received 368mm rainfall in the wet spell, which continued from September 10 to 13.
Lakshmi Chowk area of the city received 359mm rainfall, while the internal parts of Lahore received 272mm rainfall, in the spells of sporadic rain, according to the met office report.
The rainfall at Tajpura area of Lahore recorded 250mm, the weather department reported.
Intermittent rainfall in heavy and light spells continued in Lahore for four days submerged low-lying areas of the city. Several roads of the city were flooded with rainwater.
Managing director of the WASA on Sunday said that “Maximum rainfall reported in Mughalpura (29:mm).” Moreover, 23mm rainfall reported at Lahore Airport, 18mm at Tajpura and 14mm rainfall at Gulshan Ravi, he further said.
A vegetable market at Multan Chungi Road on Saturday submerged with rainwater due to downpour in Lahore
Several areas of the city including, Gulberg, Walton Road, Dharampura, Ghaziabad and other areas were inundated.
Pakistan Meteorological Department had earlier forecast rainfall with thunderstorm in Potohar region of Punjab, Lower Sindh, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan region in its weather report.