LAHORE:Prime minister Imran Khan on Sunday met Chief Minister Punjab, Sardar Usman Buzdar,soon after arriving in Lahore on a day long visit, where he was briefed about the overall situation of the province, ongoing development projects, and welfare of the people.
The chief minister also presented a report to PM Imran Khan in which he was informed that Rs187 billion had been released till January 22 under the annual development programme in Punjab. The report stated that Rs107 billion has been spent on various projects.
Imran Khan went on to say that the main aim of our manifesto is the end of corruption but the organized mafia is promoting a negative image of the government. “For the first time in the history of Punjab, action was taken against criminals and land grabbers were rounded up,” Khan said.
“My government inherited the worst economic crisis in the history with biggest current account deficit and fiscal deficit, however, the country’s economy has stabilized following tough decisions taken by his government,” PM Khan said and added today, the world considers Pakistan as an attractive country for investment.