October 20, 2021
CM Buzdar And Mpas Renew Pledge To Improve People’s Living Standard
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CM Usman Buzdar And Maps Renew Pledge To Improve People’s Living Standard

LAHORE – The Members Punjab Assembly (MPAs) from Rawalpindi on Saturday called on Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and discussed the initiatives being taken to solve public problems in their respective constituencies.

They also discussed the progress of various ongoing development projects and welfare schemes. The MPAs apprised the CM of the problems of their constituencies at which the latter issued instructions to address those issues.

Chief Minister Usman Buzdar directed the Rawalpindi deputy commissioner to curb the land mafia, occupying forest lands in Murree. Usman Buzdar also directed him to improve the infrastructure in Murree.

He further directed to launch a comprehensive anti-dengue campaign and said that all available resources should be utilised in that regard. He warned that no negligence would be tolerated in provision of best treatment facilities to the dengue patients, adding that the government had already alerted all the departments.

He said: “Earlier, the opposition politicised the coronavirus pandemic, and now they are point-scoring on the issue of dengue which is highly condemnable as these elements do not care about the ailing humanity.”

Usman Buzdar enumerates govt uplift projects for the people of Rawalpindi; he also directs rigorous measures for controlling dengue spread in Punjab. The CM congratulated the MPAs and the people on the approval of the Rawalpindi Ring Road and Nullah Lai Expressway projects. He said that the construction of Ring Road would provide relief to the people of twin cities, adding that Nullah Lai Expressway would prove to be a game-changer project for the Rawalpindi region.

He further said that in the first phase, Rs24 billion had been sanctioned for the project, adding that a separate development package for each city had been devised, and for the first time, development schemes had been launched keeping in view the needs and priorities of each city.

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