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Eid and Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz’s commitment to public service

By Mudassar Qadeer

Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz has rightly said that he is trying his best to make life easier for the common man and to please Allah Almighty. From the day he took the oath of office, he pledged to do public service and alleviate the sufferings of the people and his first official visit to the backward areas. Is running and all political parties should think of the country – he says Pakistan’s growth rate was 5.8% under former Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif – people were getting jobs and C-Pack was running but under Imran Niazi C-Pack suffered from sluggishness and the economy collapsed – these people had dreamed of giving jobs to the children of this nation by swindling one crore jobs, swindling 5 million houses and demolishing the huts of the poor, playing with one’s emotions. It is a crime to give false hope to someone else. We have taken an oath of responsibility for 12 crore people.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Minister Punjab Hamza Shahbaz also met with Pakistan Muslim League -N workers in Jati Umrah after praying with Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif along with Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif. Economic situations have never been seen. Information has forbidden people’s sleep. Young people have become unemployed and become mentally ill. In the previous era of Imran Niazi, nothing was done except to lie to the public. In Pakistan today, parents do not have the money to wear their children new clothes. Poor children are also wearing old clothes on Eid day and their homes are still far away, there is no money to eat. On this occasion, he said that I would request all of you to rejoice with your loved ones, but also intend to share the people who do not have the resources in their happiness. We have to do things from whom Allah has done. In his address, he also expressed his commitment that he would form committees throughout the city so that the poor man would get items at a fixed rate. You have to guard it on it, not because the votes are received. Rather, because Allah is pleased. He said that we saw the worst dirty city in Lahore for four years. When Shahbaz Sharif left the government, there were machines for cleaning on the roads early in the morning. There were cleansing on the inner city, while today there is a mess in Lahore. Insha’Allah we will improve the cleaning system with your prayers. Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz said, “I make Allah a witness and say that we will work hard day and night, ask Allah for guidance, serve the people.” Allah knows the heart of the heart, when the intention is clear, Allah makes the path easier. Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz shouted “Pakistan Zindabad” at the end of his address.
After meeting with the workers in Jati Umrah, Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz accompanied the members of the National and Provincial Assemblies to Darul Shafqat Multan Road and joined hands with the children. On this occasion, he said that on the Day of Judgment, Allaah will facilitate those who will work for the orphans. Faying to the poor and keeping the hands of the orphans is great. Today I have come to share you with the happiness of Eid. You are the children of the nation and pray that you become a successful human being in life. I am going to have a strong relationship with these children of the nation today and I will do my best to fulfill this relationship and this is not a political thing, but a means of pleasing Almighty Allah.
Chief Minister Punjab Hamza Shahbaz says that our society needs to follow the principles of feeling and tolerance. In a society that does not feel it is insensitive. He said that it is not possible to deny the importance of the rights with the rights of Allah. If the economy of Pakistan will run, then politics will go. For this, we should put our ego behind the parliament, outside the parliament. He said that we will not take any revenge from anyone but the law will take our way, none of our moves will smell revenge. He said that the country was shocked. I think these should not be a spectacle.
The Chief Minister visited the Children’s Hospital after Darul Shafqat, where he was welcomed by Medical Director Professor Mohammad Saleem and visited him an emergency where the Chief Minister reviewed the medical facilities provided for the patients. Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz He talked to the parents of the children and inquired about the medical facilities. Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz said, “We have to protect our children from diseases and provide them with quality treatment.” In Punjab, including Lahore, the provision of quality health care facilities will be made better at all costs.
Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz presided over an important meeting on the health department at the Chief Minister’s Office a day before Eid, in which he directed immediate steps to provide quality health care to the common man in hospitals and said in hospitals. The provision of other facilities with the treatment for the common man should be completed in the shortest time, the common man should be respected in the hospitals. He further directed that the provision of free medicines to the hospitals should be ensured and in this regard. A comprehensive plan should be formulated so that patients do not have to face difficulty in availability of free medicines. Hamza Shahbaz also announced recruitment of technical cadre vacancies in hospitals and said that the rules and regulations in this regard. He said that the necessary steps should be taken immediately -he said that a plan should be set up with a timeline to function in hospitals and the health card will continue in Punjab on the direction of Prime Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif. That therapeutic facilities and human race provided in hospitals Wars should be checked regularly and regular reports should be made in this regard- the meeting reviewed the steps for providing quality health services to the common man, which made the Chief Minister of Punjab Hamza Shahbaz’s public friendship and the rights of 12 bitter people. The commitment to adherence to.

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