PTI’s 100 days plan aims at the betterment of people, says Punjab CM
LAHORE, Pakistan: The Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Ahmed Khan Buzdar has said that the PTI’s 100 days plan is aimed at bringing betterment in the lives of the public, and it would be implemented at any cost.
In a statement in Lahore on Monday, Usman Buzdar said that we have assigned the targets to the ministries for the implementation of 100 days program of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
Usman Buzdar said that he himself is monitoring the progress of these assigned targets.
لاہور:100روزہ پروگرام پر عملدرآمد کیلئے متعلقہ وزارتوں کو اہداف دے دیئے :عثمان بزدار pic.twitter.com/8Ji8wRnlCj
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Imran Khan chairs meeting to review PTI’s 100 days plan
Earlier on Sunday, Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Lahore and presided over the Punjab Cabinet meeting, in which, the PTI’s 100 days plan was also reviewed.
The prime minister asked members of the Punjab Cabinet to propose out of the box solution of problems. He directed all the ministers to review their departments and update people on the current situation.
Separately the prime minister also chaired a meeting on local bodies system in Punjab, and in which, he said that the devolution of powers at a grassroots level aimed at empowering the people in the real sense is the most important agenda of the PTI government.
Imran Khan said that said the objective to introduce new local bodies system is to break status quo. He said that the new system will base on democratic values, and governance and transparency will be ensured in it.