PTI govt to foil conspiracy: CM

Accuses opposition of putting national interest at stake

Our Correspondent March 31, 2022
Punjab CM Usman Buzdar. PHOTO: EXPRESS


Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar asserted during meetings with provincial ministers and elected representatives on Wednesday that the opposition had put the national interest at stake but no conspiracy against the PTI government would succeed because of its public service.

The chief minister said he never allowed his personal interest to prevail upon national interest. He categorically remarked that no conspiracy against the government would succeed as it had served the masses during the past three and a half years. "We stand by our leader Prime Minister Imran Khan and will continue to support him," he said.

Those who met the CM included Hamid Yar Hiraj, Khayal Ahmed Kastro, Sami Ullah Chaudhry, Rana Shahbaz Ahmed, Ghazeen Abbasi, Syed Raza Bukhari, Mahinder Pal Singh, Sardar Ahmed Ali Dreshak and PM-N MPA Ashraf Ansari. PTI Punjab Assembly Chief Whip Syed Abbas Ali Shah, Younas Ansari, Tahir Bashir Cheema and Raza Dreshak were also present.

Read: Buzdar vows to stand with PM

Other parliamentarians who called on the chief minister included Sardar Asif Nikai, Ashfa Riaz, Akhtar Hayat, Saleem Sarwar Jora, Liaquat Ali, Amir Nawaz Chandia, Gulraiz Afzal and Ejaz Bandesha. Party leader Ahmed Chatha was also present on the occasion.

Chief Minister Buzdar vowed to support Prime Minister Imran Khan till his last breath and asserted that he had toiled to implement the party's manifesto.

"I have dedicated my life to the party and public service as public offices belong to the people. I will continue to side with the prime minister as politics of public welfare is like like worship for me," he added.

Usman Buzdar alleged that negative politics of the opposition was harming the country.

He said the nation would never forgive those who created political turmoil. PM Imran Khan was the only ray of hope and the nation was firmly standing by him, he declared.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 31st, 2022.


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