Lahore, October 11, 2018 (PPI-OT): Punjab chief minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that PTI government inherited sagging economy. Regrettably, the past government devastated the national institutions because of its incompetence. Due to the wrong policies of the previous government, problems of the people were compounded and public interest was badly ignored. He was talking to the MNAs and MPAs of the PTI from different districts who called on him at his office.
The chief minister said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is compelled to make difficult decisions to improve the economic conditions and these decisions will become the foundation of the bright future of the country. The prime minister’s vision of Pakistan is a guarantor to the bright future of the country, he added. Our every moment is dedicated to give better future to the people and they will soon perceive positive changes around them. We will transform the country as a new Pakistan.
He said that decisions are being made for public welfare by rising above the political interest and effects of ostensible difficult decisions will be durable and positive. No other friendly government could come into power in Pakistan than the PTI, he added. My doors are always open to the assembly members and their respect is very dear to me. Decisions are being made in Punjab in consultation with the assembly members and the consultation process is bearing positive effects, he concluded.
Those who called on him included MNAs namely Zahoor Hussain Qureshi, Muhammad Afzal Khan Dhandla, Ahmed Hussain Deher, Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, Mian Muhammad Shafique, Sahibzada Muhammad Mehboob Sultan, Muhammad Ahmer Sultan, Ghulam Bibi Bharwana, Khurram Shahzad, Raza Nasrullah, Sardar Talib Nakai, Umer Aslam Khan, Amjad Ali Khan, Raja Riaz, Faiz Ullah, Shaneela Ruth, provincial minister Muhammad Asif Nakai, Special assistant Umer Farooq and MPAs namely Ghazanfer Abbas, Latif Nazar, Shakeel Shahid, Syed Abbas Ali Shah and PTI leader Firdous Ashiq Awan.
For more information, contact:
Directorate General Public Relations, Punjab (DGPR)
Government of the Punjab
21-Mahmood Gaznavi Road (Abbot Road), Lahore, Pakistan