Time for politics of chaos over, says Buzdar


Says Sunnah of Prophet SAWW sole remedy for all problems ills

Staff Reporter

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Monday declared that the agenda of the opposition is against the interest of Pakistan as there is no room for the politics of chaos under the prevailing scenario.

“The people have rejected negative agenda of the vested interest politicians forever.” Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar was talking with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader and former Federal Minister Chaudhry Nouraiz Shakoor.

Talking on the occasion, the chief minister said that the previous governments had committed corruption to the extent that nobody could have imagine, adding that they had destroyed the entire system for their vested interest.

He claimed that every district of Punjab would be developed under the district development package worth Rs360 billion.

Usman Buzdar said that instructions have been issued to complete the welfare projects in every district including Sahiwal within the stipulated time.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Bazdar said that the Muslim Ummah in general and the Pakistani nation in particular salute the Holy Name of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) by celebrating Ashura Rehmatul Lil-Alameen. “The month of Rabiul Awwal is a month of celebrations, mercy and happiness for every Muslim.

The Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) said, “Both of them are unique.” The Holy Prophet (SAWW) saved the society from ignorance and misguidance.” He said that the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) is a supreme example of humanity and good manners.

“The Holy Prophet (SAWW) is a role model in every aspect of life and His Sunnah is the sole remedy for all problems and challenges”, the CM said and underscored that the youth should be encouraged and guided to follow in the footprints of Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) for success in this life and life after here.

Meanwhile, a high level meeting was held under the chairmanship of CM Usman Bazdar in which the issues of Border Military Police and Baloch Levies were reviewed.

The meeting decided to enhance the capacity of BMP and Baloch Levies. Addressing the meeting, he said that Border Military Police and Baloch Levies would be given professional training to protect the lives and property of the tribal people.

The CM directed to complete recruitment process in the BMP as soon as possible, saying the process should be completed in a transparent manner. He said the BMP and the BL will provide all possible resources to protect the lives and property of the people.

Meanwhile, a high level meeting was held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar in which a preliminary report of the tragic incident of killing of civilians by dacoits in Sadiqabad was presented to the CM.

Usman Buzdar said that the accused should be brought to book as soon as possible. Those who play with the lives of innocent citizens do not deserve any concession.

The ruthless accused will not be able to escape the clutches of the law, he decalred.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar expressed sorrows and grief over the demise of National Assembly member Pervez Malik.

He prayed that may Allah SWT grant the departed soul eternal peace and rest to the departed soul of Pervez Malik and grant patience to the family to bear this loss.

Meanwhile, a delegation led by President Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry Mian Noman Kabir called on Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and discussed solutions to the problems being faced by the business community and industrialists.

On the occasion, the chief minister assured resolution of the legitimate issues of the business community and industrialists is the top priority of the government. Usman Buzdar said that the PTI government is a business-friendly government and has introduced pro-business policies for prosperity of the country.

“We will take immediate steps to resolve the problems of industrialists and traders. My doors are always open for you. We will continue the consultation process with the representatives of traders and industrialists”, he declared.

The CM said that new projects worth billions of rupees have been launched for the construction of infrastructure and development of Lahore. “The issuance of NOC for setting up new factories has been made easy.

Besides to provide more facilities to industrialists – special technology zone will also be established in Lahore. Similarly, new small industrial estates will be developed in Punjab.” The chief minister informed that water rate for industries in Lahore will be reviewed along with other steps to facilitate the promotion of industry.

He said the Punjab government has started an self-employment scheme worth Rs30 billion to help the educated youth take part in the national development. “We will build new parking plazas in Lahore as and where necessary.

I will soon meet the presidents of all the chambers of commerce and industries of Punjab to seek their suggestions for the development of industry and promotion of business.

The chief minister said that all possible facilities would be provided to traders and industrialists in Punjab.

President LCCI Mian Nauman Kabir said that the present government has taken exemplary steps to create business- conducive environment.

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