False claims were made in past regarding progressive steps: Sardar Tanveer

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Multan,  (Parliament Times)  : Special Assistant to Chief Minister Punjab and Chairman Punjab Board of Investment and Trade PTI leader Sardar Tanveer Ilyas Khan addressing a function in Multan while referring to Imran Khan as the real ambassador of Kashmiris has said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a contagious disease. He said the government of Pakistan is representing the Kashmiris to the best of its ability. He added that the government is systematically using its resources for the development and prosperity of South Punjab. He said Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief Minister Punjab have a vision for equal development of all sectors and are providing comprehensive guidance along with steps for this purpose.

He said that the doors of Punjab Board of Investment and Trade are open for South Punjab. He said only promises were made for South Punjab in the past. Our leadership has now crossed an important milestone by giving South Punjab a separate secretariat which will usher in a new era of development. He said there are countless opportunities for agriculture and livestock development. Khawaja Jalaluddin Rumi said that members of South Punjab Chamber of Commerce and Industry should benefit from this desk. Multan Industrial State is full. Muzaffargarh Industrial Zone should also be activated. Sheikh Ahsan Rashid and Dr. Rai Asif Ali also addressed the inauguration ceremony. Additional Chief Secretary South Punjab Zahid Akhtar Zaman, Chief Executive Officer PBIT Dr. Arfa Iqbal, Commissioner Multan Javed Akhtar Mahmood, President Chamber of Commerce and Industry Multan Khawaja Salahuddin, President Chamber of Commerce and Industry Dera Ghazi Khan Khawaja were also present on the occasion. Jalaluddin Rumi, Vice Chancellors Dr. Mansoor Akbar Kundi, Dr. Rai Asif Ali, Dr. Uzma Vice Chancellor Women’s University Multan, Secretaries of South Punjab Secretariat and Presidents of South Punjab Chamber of Commerce and Industries were also present.