Punjab

Sarwar warns Punjab of acute water shortage

FAISALABAD: Governor of Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has warned that the province is likely to suffer an acute water shortage in the next few years, ARY News reports.

Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar, addressing an award ceremony of Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce, said that extortion and kidnapping cases are taking place in Punjab whereas the gas shortage has become worse.

“An acute water shortage is likely to take place in Punjab which will make people forget the power crisis”, he added.

He also said that immigrants being given death threats. He added that immigrants can send $50 billion of foreign exchange in the country if they are given protection.

Punjab governor added that zero-tolerance policy has to be adopted in order to end corruption from the country. He claimed that he is the only leader in Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) who wants to end the recommendation culture.

Chaudhry Sarwar added that the people, who talk about ending the status-quo, are made a part of the London Plan.

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