Government will complete its turn, elections will be held on a fixed date: Buzdar


LAHORE: Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar said the provincial government believes in the concept of composite development as it is the right of every area of the province. In a statement, he said development projects have been designed keeping in view the needs of the people and consultation process has been started for the identification of development priorities. He emphasized that the development budget’s utilization is better than the previous governments and added that criticizers should speak in the light of genuine figures. The past government left several incomplete projects in Lahore and other districts. The incumbent government made payments of a number of projects of the previous tenure and got completed the public welfare projects by rising above prejudice. He disclosed that administrative arrangements are ready for the establishment of southern Punjab secretariat. Funds have been allocated and secretariat would be established soon, he added. PTI has good relations with its allies and contrary to the wishes of the opponents; this alliance is stronger than before. This alliance is in the larger interest of the country and government is taking the allied party along, he maintained. He added that hopes of those trying to create misunderstandings have been foiled and their designs have been badly failed. The opposition has no agenda and political orphans should remember that the government will complete its turn and elections will be held at a fixed time. The government is stronger under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan. The public welfare is a priority agenda and no hurdle will be allowed in the journey of public service, he concluded.