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PTI tried to create chaos during the sit-in, says CM Punjab

PTI tried to create chaos during the sit-in, says CM Punjab
May 27, 2022 Web Desk

DASKA (92 News) - Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Hamza Shehbaz has said that he will go out every day to cure the sufferings of the people as he has come to power to serve the masses.

He went to the house of Constable Muhammad Javed who was martyred in the van accident in Attock and met his widow, children and brothers at his village in Daska. Hamza Shahbaz expressed sympathy and condolences to the bereaved family and offered Fateha for Shaheed Muhammad Javed.

Hamza Shehbaz said that he salutes Constable Muhammad Javed who has attained the status of a martyr in the line of duty. Constable Muhammad Javed cannot be brought back but the government will take full care of his heirs. "Constable Muhammad Javed received a high rank of martyrdom. I have heartfelt sympathy with you. The government will not leave the family of Shaheed Constable Mohammad Javed alone and it will provide all possible assistance to his family," he added.

Talking to the media, Hamza Shehbaz said that the PTI had tried to spread chaos through the march and all sorts of tactics were adopted, even attacks were carried out. "Despite the order of the Supreme Court, they did what was done in 126 days of sit-ins."

The chief minister said that the increase of Rs.30 in petrol price is also a burden on his heart and the government cares for the masses. "Steps are being taken for the convenience of the people. Four million tons of wheat is being purchased at the rate of Rs 2,200 per maund. Flour is being sold with a reduction of Rs 160. Prices of ghee and sugar will also be decreased," he declared.

Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz paid a surprise visit to Government Sardar Begum Hospital in Sialkot. After reaching the hospital, he inspected various wards and asked about medical facilities from patients and their attendants. He also visited the Shahabpura Overhead Bridge project which has been under construction for many years.