Corps Commander Lahore meets CM Punjab, discusses law and order
LAHORE: Corps Commander Lahore, Lt General, Aamer Riaz on Tuesday called on Chief Minister Punjab, Sardar Usman Buzdar and discussed matters related to the law and order during the meeting.
Chief Minister Buzdar said that the nation was proud of its brave armed forces and there was no doubt that the Pakistan Army had always played the role of a vanguard for maintaining peace in the country as well as in the region.
The chief minister underlined the need to curb terrorist and extremist mindset, adding that heirs of martyred will not be left alone, as their loved ones are sacrificing their today for our [country’s] tomorrow.
On October 26, Chief Minister Punjab, Usman Buzdar approved a proposal to build shelter homes in Lahore for needy passengers visiting the provincial capital
According to a statement released from his office, the CM approved the pilot project to build five shelter homes for deserving passengers. The project will be completed within 60 days.
“Welfare of the general public is an important agenda of Pakistan Tehreek-e- Insaaf (PTI) government and no stone will be left un-turned in this regard. The purpose of building shelters is to facilitate the poor people visiting Lahore for their health and other needs,” said the CM Punjab.
He added that these shelter homes will save poor people from sleeping under the open sky during the winter season.
“After the success of pilot project in Lahore, the scheme will be extended to other cities of the province as well,” said the chief minister in his statement.