Punjab CM’s ‘Service at door step’ mechanism to open tomorrow

Our Correspondent

Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar’s programme to provide services to the people at their door step would get under way from Thursday and Khanewal administration has finalized arrangements for the purpose.

Arrangements in Khanewal under the three-week ‘Service at door step’ programme would mainly focus municipal services improvement and monitoring of departments for efficient service delivery, deputy commissioner Agha Zaheer Abbas Sherazi said while addressing a meeting here Tuesday.

Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf district president Imran Pervaiz Dhool, ADCR Ikram Malik, LG officials and tiger force volunteers attended the meeting.

The DC directed to take all segments on board for broader awareness among all including those in far flung rural areas.

He said under the Chief Minister programme, campaigns would be launched in phases to improve municipal services, clear wall chalking and encroachments, cleanliness, drainage and plantation.

All field activities would be monitored through software application, the DC said adding that public feedback would be sought and officials would face action on complaints.

The DC ordered keeping all machinery and equipment to improve services during the three week plan commencing Thursday.

A meeting was held to discuss the preparations for launching the ‘Khidmat Apki Dehleez Par’ Programme in Bahawalpur Division here today. Commissioner Bahawalpur Division Capt (retd) Zafar Iqbal presided over the meeting.

Commissioner told the meeting that the programme will comprise projects of potable clean drinking water, sewerage system, cleanliness and beautification of parks and offices.

He said that all the concerned departments have been assigned their roles in the programme. He said that direct feedback will be taken from citizens about the programme.

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