Pilot projects to be initiated in all sectors to implement 100-day plan: Aleem Khan
LAHORE: Senior Minister Punjab Abdul Aleem Khan on Wednesday said that keeping in view 100-day plan in Punjab, pilot projects would be started in each department so that practical work could be demonstrated to the masses as per vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan, ARY News reported.
Presiding over the review meetings of Industries, Tourism, Irrigation, Labor and other departments, Abdul Aleem Khan said that present government intends to make long and short term planning and steps would be taken in different sectors in this regard.
The minister added that revolutionary policies would be introduced to enhance the working capability of the government sector and maximum computerization and on line systems would be surfaced in the coming days.
He said that these steps would also help to eliminate corruption and make the environment people friendly.
Abdul Aleem Khan directed the officers to mend their ways in day to day working and try to redress the masses issues without delay.
He asked the Tourism Department to ascertain their priorities and search for new avenues and tourism development in Punjab province and directed the officers to come out of typical paper work and take initiatives with the close collaboration of private sector.
Senior Minister suggested the Women Development Department to establish orphan houses for education and residency for the destitute and take more steps for securing the home based workers.
Abdul Aleem Khan also directed the Industries Department’s Officers to promote cottage industry and take steps for the promotion of small industries in the province, as well He said that all departments should take extensive steps in these 100 days and complete their home work as early as possible and come up with final plan.
Senior Minister said that next week final round of meetings with all the departments would take place and he himself would be supervising 100 days’ plan on daily basis.