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Sealed localities will be opened after areas are coronavirus-free: Punjab CM Buzdar

Sealed localities will be opened after areas are coronavirus-free: Punjab CM Buzdar
June 18, 2020
LAHORE (92 News) – MPAs from different districts called on Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar at his office on Thursday and apprised him about the problems of their constituencies. Speaking on the occasion, the CM stated that development projects are being monitored by him to develop the backward areas. “The government believes in composite development of the province. The MPAs are my lieutenants and their constituency-related problems will be resolved by the government,” he said. The chief minister said that the genuine issues of parliamentarians will be solved at every cost. “The worst-hit areas have been sealed to stop the spread of coronavirus. “The sealed localities will be opened after the areas are virus-free,” he added. He asked the people to wear masks and maintain social distancing. He announced that he will leave no stone unturned till the complete eradication of coronavirus. Usman Buzdar said that governmental steps are aimed at protecting the lives of citizens and the people can continue their daily routine by the following SOPs. The CM said that Rs25 billion were issued to deal with coronavirus in the current financial year. He added that huge funds have also been allocated in the next financial year. “More high-dependency beds will be provided to the Punjab government. The decisions are being made after daily review of the coronavirus situation in Punjab and it is regrettable that opposition tried to politicise coronavirus. The opposition leaders have no passion for the ailing humanity and they have neither fear of Allah nor any concern for the people. The nation will not forgive those point-scoring on human lives. The government has made decisions with collective wisdom,” the CM added. Those who called on the chief minister included Ghazanfar Abbas Cheena, Sardar Shahabuddin Khan, Sardar M Mohyuddin Khan Khosa, Ijaz Khan, Muhammad Ejaz Hussain, Muhammad Amir Anayat Shahani, Ghulam Ali Asghar Khan, Col (retd) Ghazanfar Abbas Shah, Taimur Ali Lali, Bilal Asghar, Muhammad Ehsan Jehangir, Gulraiz Afzal Gondal, Saleem Sarwer Jora, Muhammad Arshad Chaudhary, Malik Ahmed Ali Aulakh, Mian Shafi Muhammad, Asif Majeed and Chief Whip in Punjab Assembly Abbas Ali Shah.