CM Announces Breaking Status Quo Of 30 Years
Umer Jamshaid 3 days ago Sun 09th December 2018 | 12:12 AM
In his informal interaction with reporters at the CM office here on Saturday, the CM said he belonged to an under developed area and got the responsibility of the office only due to the grace of Allah Almighty.
He said there were many challenges in the province but his resolve was stronger." I want to serve people of my province," he added.
He said, "We will present our 100 days performance to the people and will tell them that we have decided our priorities and way forward for the next five years. We will also tell the public about our five year plan, our way is clear and straight, and our resolve is concrete,therefore, support of Allah Almighty will be with us".
He said he announced a package of billions of rupees for Dera Ghazi Khan, Taunsa and Barthi which were deprived of basic facilities, while South Punjab secretariat will start working from the next year.
"The development of Lahore was confined to one area only, and we will also bring a mega project for Lahore. The issue of clean drinking water would also be resolved and the people would see change soon," the chief minister said.
The CM said he met with people without protocol.
He said genuine problems of journalists would be resolved.
First time in the history record legislation was being done for the welfare and development of masses, he claimed.
He said, "We would break the status quo of the 30 years at any cost. This is not a simple task but we have started efforts to break the status quo. Now things are improving".
He said land worth billions of rupees had been retrieved during the operation against encroachments.
He said it was his responsibility to give protection to farmers of sugarcane. The crushing season had been delayed but the Punjab government had itself taken measures in this regard.
He said the administration had been issued directions to control pricehike and a warning had been issued to the administration regarding the control of prices.
He said he had personally directed the administration to take active action in this regard.
The performance of ministers was being monitored, he said and added a commission had been made for police reforms.