The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf authorities on Tuesday took one other step in direction of fulfilling its main marketing campaign promise of making South Punjab province when Chief Minister Usman Buzdar accepted the establishing of a secretariat for the area.
According to particulars, the headquarters for the police forms will probably be arrange in Multan, whereas the civil forms’s headquarters will probably be in Bahawalpur.
The CM had already accepted the appointment of a further chief secretary and a further inspector common for the area.
“PTI is on its way to fulfilling its major promise by setting up a South Punjab Secretariat,” stated the CM. He added that the workplace will assist resolve the issues of the individuals at their doorstep.
Earlier this month, Chief Minister Buzdar had issued the notification for the appointment of further chief secretary and extra inspector common of police.
At the time, Buzdar had stated the posts had been generated and new postings could be carried out quickly including that the officers would dispense new duties from July 1. Due to the measures taken by the federal government, the sense of deprivation is ending within the individuals of Punjab, he stated.
Last month Minister for Foreign Affairs Shah Mehmood Qureshi had stated that Rs3.5 billion had been allotted for this function.
The ruling celebration will desk a invoice within the National Assembly for the creation of the South Punjab province, he had introduced in March after Prime Minister Imran Khan chaired a gathering on the problem.