Standard edible items being sold at Ramazan Bazaars at cheaper rates


Shehbaz visits Kasur using public transports, inspects Ramazan Bazaar, DHQs Hospital

Kasur—Punjab Chief Minister Mian Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif rode a public van and made a surprise visit to Kasur’s Ramazan Bazar without any protocol.
Shehbaz inspected Ramzan Bazar arranged near the railway station and directed shopkeepers to provide gram flour and pulses in packages weighing one kg to half kg. He adored the kids and distributed 2kg packets of sugar among the people as a gift.
He reviewed the arrangements of Ramazan Bazaar. He visited stalls, fruit shops and checked the rates of the edible things.
He also met with consumers and asked about their demands in Ramzaan Bazaar.
A woman informed the Chief Minister that the prices in Ramazan Bazaars are reasonable and lesser than open market. She admired and congratulated the CM on such great arrangements.
Addressing the people, the chief minister said that if they have any complaint, his doors are open for them.
He also made a surprise visit to District Quarters Hospital Kasur and visited different wards to ensure hygiene conditions. CM Shehbaz Sharif personally examined all hospital departments including wards.
He also enquired from patients about the availability of proper medical treatment.
CM Shehbaz expressed strong resentment over the closure of air conditioners during his visit to general wards of the hospital and chided relevant officials over filthy washrooms.
He directed the Medical Superintendent (MS) and Deputy Medical Superintendent (DMS) of the hospital to maintain the sanitation system of hospital.
The chief minister also met with patients and inquired about their problems and medicines which are being given to patients in hospital by the Punjab government.
On his departure, Shehbaz’s helicopter landed in the fields and flew straight to brick kilns. He said that government had been granting Rs 1000 to every school child going to school. He would never tolerate child labour, Shehbaz added.—Agencies

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