Buzdar sits on ground to listen to people of Punjab’s woes
LAHORE: Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar on Sunday met different delegations comprising common people who called on him at his office, ARY News reported.
The CM not only met them despite their arrival on Sunday but sat on ground with people in traditional way, listened to their problems and issued orders for quick solutions.
While conversing with people, the chief minister said that he himself is a common man and is well aware of their issues so his post is dedicated for public service.
He maintained that he can feel the pain of a common man so he keeps direct contact with them and meets them daily.
the CM told the people that PM Imran Khan’s vision is of a peaceful, prosperous and self-reliant Pakistan and he hopes that Punjab will take the lead to become the true face of “Naya Pakistan”.
“Punjab is heading forward speedily on the 100-day plan of Prime Minister Imran Khan,” added the CM Punjab.
He maintained that, in order to bring meaningful change, reforms are being introduced in education, health, tourism and other sectors.
“The aim of PTI government is to fulfill the promise of change by raising the living standard of common man and we are working hard to move forward the projects of public welfare keeping in view our national interests,” said Buzdar.
He assured that they will fulfill the mission of prosperity of common man and will facilitate them at any cost by resolving their issues. Change is inevitable, real and approaching, he added.