100-day plan’s success to set priorities for next five years: Aleem Khan
LAHORE: Senior Minister Punjab Abdul Aleem Khan on Tuesday said that PM Imran Khan’s agenda is to end the 70-year-old outdated system and through the success of party’s 100-day plan, the priorities are being set for the next five years.
Addressing the notables of Gujranwala Division, Aleem Khan said tha solution of basic issues of the masses, provision of justice and to bring Pakistan at par with developed countries are the main objectives for which practical work has been initiated.
Taking a dig at opposition parties, Aleem Khan said that those who looted the country for 30 years and gave the “ gift “ of corruption to the nation are now trying to evade accountability.
He said that Tehrik-e-Insaaf has started to implement its manifesto and all over the country especially in Punjab changes would be brought at a wide scale.
Abdul Aleem Khan announced that once a month either he would be visiting Gujranwala or party workers would be invited to come Lahore to discuss their problems.
The minister asked the PTI workers to register their written complaints in his office which would be addressed at the earliest.
Abdul Aleem Khan also laid stress upon active participation in Clean and Green Pakistan program and making it a success.
Earlier on this arrival, Senior Minister Abdul Aleem Khan was received by PTI Leaders of Gujranwala Ch. Zafar Ullah Cheems, Rana Nazeer Ahmed Khan, Imtiaz Safdar Warriach, S. A. Hameed, Sohail Zafar Cheema, Arqam Khan, Mian Tariq and Khalid Lone while party workers were also present in a large number who assured their full support to the minister.