Lip service alone cannot serve people: CM

Claims govt focused on delivery instead of making tall claims, chanting hollow slogans

Our Correspondent September 13, 2021


Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that lip service alone cannot serve the people. In a statement issued on Sunday, he added that negative politics was worthless in front of public service, honesty and transparency.

The chief minister claimed that during the past three years, the incumbent government focused on deliverance instead of making tall claims and chanting hollow slogans.

He reiterated that the journey of real development had been started in Punjab will continue. He said those who were obstructing the journey of development were the enemies of the people. “These elements, during their tenures, squandered the national resources mercilessly.”

He stated that only the circumstances of these people changes but the condition of the people remained the same. “Some areas were intentionally ignored in the previous regimes but the incumbent government presented the objective of composite development. The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), which was trying to destabilise the country, is itself in a state of chaos.”

He further stated that PDM also tried to make political point scoring on sensitive issues. “Those who are criticising the government just for the sake of criticism should also look into their conscience. Such elements have been left behind and a new Pakistan is moving ahead under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.”

Meanwhile, the chief minister sent a bouquet to renowned comedian and actor Umar Sharif who was under treatment at Aga Khan Hospital, Karachi city, and expressed well wishes and prayed for his early recovery.

Moreover, the CM expressed a deep sense of sorrow over the loss of lives in some cities in different accidents due to heavy rains. The chief minister extended heartfelt sympathies and condolence with the bereaved family and directed the administration of the districts concerned to provide the best medical treatment to the injured victims.


Published in The Express Tribune, September 13th, 2021.


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