PTI fixing 70 years old problems of country: Buzdar

LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan is trying to fix more than 70 years old problems of the country. He said that the problems are temporary that will end soon.

Talking to various delegations which called on him in CM office on Saturday, Usman Buzdar said that the PTI is striving for permanent and sustainable progress in the country and a lot of hard work has been done to put the country on the right track during the last nine months.

He further stated, “Not a single moment has been wasted and we are moving forward. Lofty claims like in the past are not being made rather we are making practical steps. Negative politics of disappointed people has been exposed to the 22 crore people of Pakistan.”

The Chief Minister said that time of politics of loot and plunder has passed and now transparent leadership and transparent government are in the place.

He said, “Unfortunately symbolic projects were made in the past instead of focusing on welfare and development of the people. The people are facing consequences of the wrong polices of the past rulers. The past rulers started projects in health and education sector, but did not complete them.”

Usman Buzdar said that several of welfare and development projects in the past have been put in the cold storage and criminal negligence has been committed. Those who have ignored welfare and development projects should have to be answerable, he added.

He said the PTI government has again started work on welfare and development projects and the people will get better health and education facilities after the complete of these projects. Deprivations of the poor areas will be removed and living standards of the needy segments will improve, we will up to expectations of the people, he added.—INP

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