‘Titanic of corruption’ will be drowned soon: Samsam Bukhari
LAHORE (92 News) – Punjab Information Minister Samsam Bukhari on Sunday said that the ‘titanic of corruption’ ‘will be drowned soon as the persons who looted national treasury would face its consequences for their wrongdoings.
In his statement, the provincial information minister said, “Every citizen has a basic right to get corruption-free society. Prime Minister Imran Khan is putting the country on the right track.”
Samsam Bukhari said there are no allegations of corruption on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-led government, and the opposition’s outcry is just to divert attention from real issues.
“We shall neither commit any illegal act, now shall we allow anyone to do so. Titanic of corruption is moving towards its end and affirmed that those who looted the country will have to suffer consequences,” he pronounced.
The minister further mentioned that the problems that Pakistan is currently facing are due to the incompetence of previous governments. Things will soon improve after the difficult time.
“We want to deliver best performance in minimum time. People are aware of the fact PM Khan is honest and hardworking person,” he termed.
PM gives go ahead to hike fare of Lahore’s Metro Bus
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan gave approval to increase the fare of Lahore’s Metro Bus Service, sources reported.
According to the sources, Punjab Minister for Finance Hashim Jawan Bakht briefed the prime minister regarding the subsidy given to the Metro Bus during the cabinet meeting. In this regard, PM Khan approves to removes subsidy on the bus service.
During the meeting, the prime minister said the government is providing a subsidy of 12 billion rupees on Metro Bus which could had been allocated for health and education. “The nation is bearing the losses due to the defected policies of previous government,” he added
Imran Khan further said that all out facilities should be provided to the investors through one-window operation. The prime minister said large subsidies are creating a burden on the economy. The removal of the subsidy will now be reflected in bus fares.