FAISALABAD: During a surprise visit to Jaranwala, the chief minister visited the sales point established by the administration for supply of flour at subsidized rates.
He also asked the people about the flour supply situation. He also distributed free flour bags among them. It was seen as an attempt to improve his image as an administrator following sharp criticism from opposition as well as leaders of his own party, Chief Minister Usman Buzdaar paid a surprise visit to Jaranwala and Samundri on January 19, where he ordered removal of an assistant commissioner from the post and suspended a food and a police official from service for their “poor performance”.
On being solicited by the CM, citizens complained of short stockpile of flour whereupon Mr Buzdar expelled Assistant Commissioner (AC) Umer Gondal from the post over poor courses of action of flour supply. The AC has been made an OSD (official on special duty) for his ‘extraordinary performance’. He requested the suspension of Assistant Food Controller Jamil Ahmed from administration for his dearth of performance regarding flour supply.
Afterward, conversing with the media, the central clergyman asserted that abundant loads of wheat were accessible and there was no shortage of flour anyplace in the territory. He said the administration would not endure the “fake” lack as the wheat share for the flour mills had likewise been expanded.
“I will visit different cities and monitor the supply of the flour,” he added. Mr Buzdar guided the organization to expand the quantity of flour deals inside Jaranwala city and vicinity.
Similarly, during a visit to Jaranwala city police headquarters, the CM got some information about their issues. On their objections, he requested the suspension of the station house official (SHO) from administration. He requested the police authorities to improve the neatness at the police headquarters.
He additionally visited Jaranwala Tesil Headquarters Hospital and asked after the patients at the crisis ward. He guaranteed redesign of the clinic.
He said that he would “visit every hospital in the province to know the ground reality”.
Similarly, during a visit to the Samundri THQ Hospital, he said its crisis square would be redesigned and pediatricians would likewise be named in the medical clinic soon.
He likewise visited the flour deals focuses in Samundri and said the 20-kg sack was accessible against Rs805 and no one would be permitted to cheat the system and overcharge.
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