Usman Buzdar vows to end corruption, break status quo

19 Aug, 2018 5:24 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Newly elected Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdaar on Sunday vowed to end corruption  and break status quo in the province.

Addressing the House during the Punjab Assembly session today after his election, Usman has thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan for reposing confidence in him for the chief minister’s responsibility.

Introducing his government preference, he said that the government will implement Imran Khan’s vision for progress of country. He said that he belongs to a backward area of province and his government will work for the progress of backward areas.

The new Punjab CM promised to introduce reforms in police department and local bodies system, adding that to end corruption, break status quo. He assured that everyone will be the chief minister of his area. He further said that he will coordinate with the opposition.


Earlier, the report revealed that PTI’s nominee for the Punjab chief minister paid blood money to resolve the murder case against him. A background check revealed that the Usman Buzdar was accused of murder case.

It was also reported that a case of six murder was registered against the PTI candidate in 1998. The newly-elected PTI leader paid ‘diyat’ (blood money) worth Rs7.5 million to reach compromise with the victims’ heirs after a court found him and his companions guilty in January 2000.




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