Public service is core agenda of PTI Govt: CM Punjab


LAHORE, December 28 (Online): Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has regretted that past governments have ignored the priorities of the public and they started projects of their personal choices while spending money on areas of interest.
In a statement, he lamented that the backward areas have been left behind in the development process due to the imbalanced policies of the former rulers.
On the contrary, the PTI government has promoted a policy of composite development and development work was being done in the neglected areas, he added.
The CM emphasized the development work has been designed according to the fundamental needs of the people. The development journey has reached in remote areas to benefit the common man.
The CM said the launch of development projects will change the destiny of district Chakwal.
The Chakwal district was badly ignored in the past and the PTI government has given the right of development to the people of the area for the first time, he added.
No one can stop the country from moving forward, he reiterated. Usman Buzdar maintained that public service is the core agenda of the government and the public welfare programmes were being speedily completed.
The country is moving towards development and the politics of chaos is, in fact, aimed at obstructing the development process, he emphasized. Those who raised hollow slogans have become the thing of the past.
The era of loot will not return and the past rulers are reaping today what they had sown.
The incumbent government does not believe in empty slogans but practically delivers to the masses, he added.
The 220 million people will not side with those who have obstructed the development process, he added.