DERA GHAZI KHAN -- Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar on Saturday said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government will deliver and will not make excuses.
Talking to the party workers and office-bearers here on Saturday, the chief minister assured them that he would visit every city of the province to analyze the ground realities firsthand. The Punjab CM pledged that the problems being faced by the party workers and leaders would be resolved on priority basis.
He warned that no hurdle would be tolerated in the way of bringing change and highlighted the developmental schemes undertaken in various parts of the province. The chief minister briefed the party leaders and workers about development schemes being executed in DG Khan.
CM Buzdar pointed out that funds allocated for Southern Punjab had been spent on projects in other cities during previous tenures but the PTI govt has banned the transfer Southern Punjab's funds for other projects or city. 'Those backward areas which are not developed yet will be brought in the mainstream,' he reiterated his resolve, adding that benefits of development would be ensured to reach at grass-root level.
Meanwhile, the Punjab chief minister inaugurated and laid foundation stone of 13 projects worth Rs2.94 billion in his home district.
The CM laid the foundation stone of Govt Technical Training Institute in Taunsa which will be constructed over100 kanals at a cost of Rs300 million. He also laid the foundation stone of project of beautification of Taunsa which would be completed at a cost of Rs620 million. The CM also inaugurated 23-km-long road from Kharar Buzdar to Hangloon constructed at a cost of Rs260 million.
CM Buzdar also inaugurated five internal roads of Taunsa which have been constructed with Rs120 million. He laid foundation stones for up-gradation projects of Govt Girls Higher Secondary School Taunsa and Govt Boys High School Taunsa, which would be completed at a cost of Rs90 million and Rs50 million respectively.
Usman Buzdar also inaugurated projects of three roads of tribal area which have been completed with Rs85 million. He laid foundation stone of the project of constructing 65-km-long three roads for the trial area. These three projects of constructing roads in tribal area will cost more than Rs1 billion.
On the occasion, the chief minister said that Rs340 million would be spent on the construction of 25-km-long road from Baharti to Fazla Kach via Phagla. Similarly, Rs420 million will be spent on...