The Punjab province, according to Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar, is at the forefront of the country’s development. The chief minister assured that the government would leave no stone unturned in its efforts to serve the people, noting that remarkable development work had been achieved in just three years.
People had rejected the anti-growth mafia, according to the CM, and the development process was continuing despite the opponent’s negative politics. According to Usman Buzdar, the administration will complete its constitutional mandate. He ordered the restoration of a recreational park near the Chenab River, as well as improvements to the facilities of Muzaffargarh’s Ladies Park.
Former rulers’ improper objectives resulted in a significant increase in pollution in Punjab, notably Lahore. Neither of these leaders took prompt action to address this problem. Heavy use of bricks and cement has degraded the city’s natural attractiveness, and a new generation has been exposed to a polluted environment rather than a clean and pleasant one. He stated that the smog problem became significant as a result of previous regimes’ inadequate planning. “Within the next several years, our saplings will grow into full-grown trees, assisting in the control of smog while also lowering contamination in the city,” he stated.
He added that the government is implementing a thorough plan to provide the greatest healthcare and educational facilities to people living in distant locations and that development programs would be finished quickly while maintaining accountability.