Government sets up Sialkot Development Authority.
The establishment of the Sialkot Development Authority is a revolutionary initiative of the government, it will help in solving the construction and other unresolved issues of the city, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar said.
The business community and industrialists have expressed their gratitude to Chief Minister Punjab Usman Bazdar for approving the establishment of the Sialkot Development Authority. In a congratulatory letter to Chief Minister Usman Bazdar, the President of Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry Qaiser Iqbal Baryar while paying homage to Chief Minister Usman Bazdar on the establishment of Sialkot Development Authority said that the establishment of Sialkot Development Authority for the development of the city is a revolutionary move.
The establishment of the SDA will help resolve the city’s construction and other issues. It will help improve the city’s road planning, management, and road infrastructure.
The Sialkot Development Authority will also be able to solve the problems of sanitation and sewerage in the city. He said that the business community of Sialkot appreciates the services of Chief Minister Usman Bazdar is making all-out efforts for the establishment of SDA.
Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Qaisar Iqbal Baryar has thanked Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar for approving the establishment of the Sialkot Development Authority.
In a letter, SCCI president termed the establishment of the Sialkot Development Authority a revolutionary step to help in resolving city issues by improving the management and development process.
It will also help in solving sanitation and sewerage issues besides improving the road infrastructure, he said. He said that the business community appreciated the concrete role played by the chief minister in setting up of SDA. In fact, Usman Buzdar has won the hearts of the people of the district by fulfilling the promise made during the Sialkot visit on December 9.
Meanwhile, the exporters will continue to strive for increasing exports, he maintained. PML-N: PML-N Punjab spokesperson Azma Bukhari has alleged that poverty and high prices are imposed on the people by the government.
In a statement issued here Sunday, she said international financial institutions were constantly sounding alarm bells for Pakistan’s economy. “Today, the dollar rate is Rs160, a liter of petrol price is Rs109 and a unit of electricity is Rs14 while in Nawaz Sharif’s time, the dollar was Rs90, petrol Rs70 and a unit of electricity were Rs8,” she said while comparing the prices.
Azma alleged that prosperity was only coming to the rulers’ pockets while the common man was facing poverty, unemployment, and inflation. Islamic system: Tanzeem-e-Islami (TI) ameer Shujauddin Shaikh said the report of Transparency International showing Pakistan’s continuous slide on the global corruption index during the past two years was a matter of disgrace for the rulers.
Addressing a gathering here on Sunday, he emphasized that corruption and all other criminal practices could never be eradicated by merely changing the faces of those in power, instead, there was a need to revamp the system. He said the real need of the hour was to enforce the Islamic system of collective justice so that corruption as well as all other ills of the society could be eliminated. The future of Muslims of Pakistan depended on enforcement of the Islamic system of government, he remarked.