The Chief Minister has announced the establishment of 16 cement factories in Punjab
DERA GHAZI KHAN: During his visit to Taunsa, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar announced the establishment of sixteen cement factories across Punjab, including three in Dera Ghazi Khan, as well as a cadet college in Taunsa Sharif.
Locals praised the chief minister for completing and initiating infrastructure projects worth billions of rupees. Mr. Buzdar said that highways, a dam, hospitals, and schools would be built in backward areas because public welfare schemes were the people’s right. The government believed in a holistic approach to growth and prosperity in all remote regions.
Speaking to locals and party workers on Sunday, the CM declared himself to be the poor people’s leader in Lahore. He said that the government was concentrating its efforts on the growth of the South Punjab. He went on to say that construction funds were allocated in an equitable and transparent manner.
Aside from the 16 cement factories, the river water will be saved by building reservoirs, and work on a dam will begin in June, and a 132kV grid station being built in Koh-e-Suleiman. He mentioned that the Chukiwala-Balochistan road would be constructed, reducing the gap between the two locations by 120 kilometers and that state-of-the-art livestock farms and a cadet college will be established in Taunsa.