South Punjab secretariat a new beginning: PM Imran Khan

PM Imran Khan Monday said that foundation of South Punjab secretariat was a stage towards fresh start.
South Punjab Secretariat Multan

PM Imran Khan Monday said that foundation of South Punjab secretariat was a stage towards fresh start as now, the distributed advancement supports would be spent on the success of individuals of this disregarded area.

Tending to a noteworthy function of South Punjab Secretariat, the head administrator said that as indicated by measurements, the territory comprised of 33% populace of Punjab area, however previously, it got just 17% of the complete spending assignment.

Because of redistribution of these elevate assets, about Rs260 billion misfortunes caused on these spaces by the arrangements of the past leaders of the territory, he added.

The leader said they had likewise concluded that South Punjab would land its due position amount as per its size and populace. Every one of the issues of the space would be settled in the secretariat.

The service was gone to by Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, pastors Khusru Bakhtiar, Fakhar Imam, Zartaj Gul, commonplace clergymen and other high authorities.

Condemning narcissistic approaches of previous leaders of Takht-e-Lahore particularly ex-boss priest Shahbaz Sharif towards the South Punjab individuals, the executive common that he had gone into governmental issues subsequent to seeing that a little section, a decision world class was getting a charge out of all forces and exemption.

The PM said these individuals had been living in luxurious spaces of London where even a British priest couldn’t stand to buy a property.

About the hardship and neediness of South Punjab, the executive said he brought Chief Minister Usman Buzar with the goal that he could carry out his vision over the space.

He needed an individual who liked to live and pass on in Pakistan and comprehended the sufferings of average person and didn’t go to London on visits, he added.

In a hidden reference to previous decision tip top, the PM said they had been doing governmental issues in Pakistan and making speculation abroad.

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