Punjab CM Buzdar aren’t going anywhere, says Sheikh Rasheed
RAWALPINDI (92 News) – Ruling out the rumours, Minister Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad on Sunday has declared that Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Usman Buzdar are not going anywhere.
Speaking to the journalists in Rawalpindi, the minister ruled out rumours of an in-house change in the Centre as well as Punjab. He predicted that good news will emanate from Lahore following Prime Minister Khan’s visit to Lahore.
“There is no threat to the government as rumours are being spread,” Sheikh Rasheed maintained. “The government committed many mistakes but I say with believe that all the problems will be resolved in 2021,” he added.
He assured that inflation would be brought under control under PM Khan’s leadership. He said he would hold a historic rally in the city after fulfilling the promises he had made to the people.
The railways minister said the government is committed to defeating corrupt mafia which is the biggest impediment to the country’s progress. He vowed to ensure early completion of a woman university in Rawalpindi with support of the Punjab government.