The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) on Sunday issued a white paper on the Punjab government’s one-year performance, which stated the failed policies of the government and unfilled promises with the nation during the first year of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI)-led administration.
After issuing the white paper, the PML-N spokesperson Uzma Bukhari said that Punjab government performance was so dismal that they changed three information ministers and three IG Punjab.
In the white paper, it was stated that the Orange Line train project didn’t complete till July 31 despite the orders of the Supreme Court. Furthermore, over 5,000 laptops are spoiling but the government has not distributed them among the intelligent students, the white paper added. “Not even a single promise has been fulfilled by the government,” PML-N said in its white paper.
The ‘whitepaper’ said former chief minister, Shahbaz Sharif, the incumbent president of Pakistan Muslim League-N, used to give Rs20,000 monthly stipend to deserving artists. But, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar stopped the artist support fund, promising giving them Insaf support cards, which were never given to them.
The ‘whitepaper’ said Pakpattan district police officer was transferred on the orders of Khawar Manika, the ex-husband of wife of Prime Minister Imran Khan. According to the treasury MPA Ejaz Ahmed Jazi, the police inspector, who was taking Rs10,000 bribe earlier, is now charging Rs70,000 in the ‘Naya Pakistan’. Azma said the Sahiwal tragedy victim family was forced to keep mum by giving them Rs300 million and they failed to get justice.
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