Parvez Elahi appeals to PTI govt for development funds for Gujrat like Mianwali

By: News Desk      Published: 10:53 PM, 22 May, 2021
Parvez Elahi appeals to PTI govt for development funds for Gujrat like Mianwali

Punjab Acting Governor Ch Parvez Elahi has appealed to his coalition government of the PTI to release development funds for his native district Gujrat.

According to 24NewsHD TV Channel, Parvez Elahi Saturday inaugurated a new road in Chak Sada, Gujrat and said Shahbaz Sharif government in the last ten years rule ignored their area.

He said the Sharif family in its tenure deprived them of funds so now the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government should facilitate the people of this area like Mianwali and Dera Ghazi Khan.

Elahi said they had said the PTI government that Shahbaz Sharif ignored this constituency and provided no funds because they (Chaudhry Brothers) were MNA and MPA from Gujrat.

The Pakistan Muslim League Quaid (PML-Q) leader further addressing the PTI government said for God sake release development funds for Gujrat considering it also as DG Khan and Mianwali.

During the inauguration ceremony, members of the national assembly including Moonis Elahi, Hussain Elahee, MPA Shujahat Nawaz, Peer Syed Mohammad Usman Noori, Syed Suleman Shah Gilani, former MPA Khalid Asghar Ghurral, Ch Ejaz Shahdola, Ch Ejaz Warraich, Ch Azhar Warraich, Ch Mazhar Iqbal, Syed Tajammul Hussain Shah, Master Allah Ditta, Ch Muazzam Abbas, Sabir Hameed Qadri Noori, Ch Safdar Warraich, and other leaders were also present.

Talking about the severe situation of the Covid-19 third wave in the country, he said corona was still there so all citizens should remain careful. He was of the view that after Eid circumstances were under control and life was gradually becoming normal.

Commenting over the issue of Israeli aggression, he said if the Islamic world was united then non-Islamic powers would not dare to attack Muslim Ummah. He said that the UN needs to do legislation to stop Israel from barbarism in Palestine.

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