People voted for PTI to hold accountability of the corrupt: Buzdar


LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar on Tuesday said that people of Pakistan voted Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf for accountability of corrupt elements.

“We will respect the mandate of the people”, Buzdar said while expressing his views with the various delegations, who called on him at his office in Lahore.

He said the economic situation of the country would have been different if governments in the past were transparent.

The CM said the present government promotes trend transparency on every level.

He said that public money was wasted on the name of so-called projects.

On March 31, Usman Buzdar had said that the elements involved in corruption were the real enemies of Pakistan and the nation.

According to a statement released from his office, Punjab’s chief executive had said that menace of corruption was a major obstacle in the progress of the country.

He had said that they were working by day and night with the determination of absolute elimination of corruption under the vibrant leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The chief minister said that the current government was promoting the trend of transparency in public affairs and added that zero-tolerance policy against corruption was yielding positive results.