LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar said on Sunday that they are working day and night with the determination of absolute elimination of corruption under the vibrant leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
In a statement, he said the current government has promoted the trend of transparency in public affairs. He said that Zero Tolerance Policy of government against corruption is yielding positive results as we are taking effective measures at every step to eradicate corruption by promoting transparency, he added.
The chief minister added that the credit of a decrease in corruption and an increase in transparency goes to the current government. In his statement, CM said that menace of corruption was a major obstacle in the progress of our country.
In the past period, he said, Pakistan was undeniably harmed by plundering national resources and corruption. He said that the corrupt elements filled their pockets and left our national exchequer empty.
Furthermore, he said that the government of Tehreek-e-Insaf wants across the board accountability of corrupt elements and there is no room for these elements in new Pakistan. He said that the agenda is transparent Pakistan and transparency of the government’s policies is being applauded around the globe.
Concrete steps taken by the present government to eliminate corruption in such short term have no match in the history of Pakistan, he said and added that the elements involved in corruption are the real enemies of our country and nation as it is only because of them that Pakistan today has left behind in the race of progress.
He said that we came in power with the agenda of eradication of corruption and will surely complete it. Under the dynamic leadership of Imran Khan Pakistan will achieve that destination of development which was dreamt by Quaid-e-Azam, he concluded.
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