100-day plan to set govt’s priorities for next five years: Aleem Khan


LAHORE: Punjab Senior Minister Abdul Aleem Khan on Tuesday said the agenda of Prime Minister Imran Khan was to reform the 70-year-old outdated system and his 100-day plan was aimed at setting the government’s priorities for the next five years.

Addressing a delegation from Gujranwala, which included Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders, lawmakers and workers, Aleem said that the solution of basic issues of the masses, provision of justice and bringing Pakistan at par with developed countries were the main objectives of the government and practical work had been initiated in this regard.

He announced visiting Gujranwala or inviting party workers to Lahore once a month and discuss their problems.

“You [PTI workers] should register your written complaints with me and they will be addressed at the earliest.” He also appealed the workers to come forward and resolve the common man’s problems through the proper channel.

PTI leaders Chaudhry Zafarullah Cheema, Rana Nazeer Ahmed Khan, Imtiaz Safdar Warriach, S A Hameed, Sohail Zafar Cheema, Arqam Khan, Mian Tariq and Khalid Lone were present at the occasion other than a large number of party workers.