LAHORE: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said on Friday that transparency, quality and quick completion of development projects were the hallmarks of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government.
Sharif made the remarks at a meeting convened to review progress on various development projects underway in Lahore and other cities of the province. He said special attention had been paid to improving infrastructure in Lahore and other big cities in the Punjab.
The chief minister said the government had introduced a culture of transparency, quality and quick completion of development projects. Sharif said the quick completion of development projects was necessary to facilitate the people. He said a number of infrastructure development projects had been completed expeditiously in Lahore. Sharif said the Jail Road signal-free corridor was of vital importance. He said the corridor would improve the flow of traffic and reduce travelling times.
Govt to grade restaurants
Sharif also gave the green light to the government’s decision of grading restaurants according to their quality.
Establishments would be graded on standard of food, security, cleanliness and quality of water among other yardsticks. It would be mandatory for restaurant managers to prominently display the sticker of their eatery’s grade at the main entrance of the establishments. The initiative would help people select restaurants on the basis of quality of food and facilities. Chief Minister’s Special Monitoring Unit (SMU) Senior Member Salman Sufi briefed those present on the initiative.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 11th, 2015.
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