Punjab CM Buzdar assures Khurram Laghari of fixing Muzaffargarh’s miseries

European Union Ambassador Androulla Kaminara and Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar deliberate upon constituting working group to expanding bilateral ties

By: News Desk      Published: 10:52 PM, 16 Feb, 2021
Punjab CM Buzdar assures Khurram Laghari of fixing Muzaffargarh’s miseries
Ambassador of European Union to Pakistan Androulla Kaminara calls on Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar.

Member of Punjab Assembly from southern Punjab Khurram Leghari called on Chief Minister Usman Buzdar at Civil Secretariat on Tuesday.

According to a handout, and reposed trust in the chief minister’s leadership and the CM assured the MPA of addressing his concerns, saying that he (the chief minister) will visit Muzaffargarh soon.

“We are united under the leadership of PM Imran Khan. The parliamentarians will be given their due rights and the motives of the opposition will be exposed,” the chief minister said.

Separately, lawmakers Sanaullah Mastikhel and Zahoor Hussain Qureshi, Husnain Bahadur Dreshak Sardar Dost Muhammad Mazari, Tahir Randhawa, Sardar Raza Dreshak called on CM Usman Buzdar to discuss upcoming Senate election.

The CM assured them of solving the problems being faced by the parliamentarians, saying that a strategy has been devised to solve constituency-related problems. 

The people have no interest in politics of chaos, they wanted to get their problems solved, he said claiming the opposition will be ‘surprised’ in the Senate election.

According to another handout, the Punjab chief minister visited different departments and had informal chat with the staff. He was briefed about the historical documents at the building of Anarkali’s Tomb. The CM issued directives to preserve the heritage and take steps to promote the culture of research.

EU ambassador calls on CM Buzdar 

 Ambassador of European Union to Pakistan Androulla Kaminara called on Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Tuesday and discussed matters of mutual interest.  Constituting a working group to expanding bilateral cooperation came under discussion during the meeting, a handout said, adding that the CM appreciated the EU cooperation in social sector reforms.

The EU is a major trade partner and the government wants to strengthen bilateral relations to benefit the people, the CM said. They deliberated upon the matters of GPS plus status, the chief minister said and stressed the government was fully committed to overcoming the child labour. 

The government has focused on developing backward areas, he said, stressing the need for introducing technology to bring in agricultural reforms. The CM listed the government’s feats of promoting interfaith harmony. The EU ambassador expressed satisfaction with the government’s steps to make headway in connection with GPS plus status and promised cooperation in water waste management.