Chief Minister of Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has said in an interview with Moeed Pirzada that the third incident of murder of children was reported in Kasur before Hussain Khan Wala and Zainab took place in Kasur. Talking to host Maid Pirzada in 92 News program Hard Talk Pakistan, he said that DNA of 1543 people was done and 25 crores Rs were spent to trace the accused. I am taking a lot of measures to stop these type of incidents, starting a Safe City project across Kasur and in this district, I am also setting up the Child Protection Bureau. Monitoring the matter, we will bring the limelight case to the end and the criminal will be punished.
Usman Buzdar said that the minister who performs will remain in the cabinet. This is not the first time that the dengue attack has happened. We have worked as a continuation to stop it. Answering a question said that I did not like acting. I wanted to learn the job. I became MPA for the first time and soon became the Chief Minister but I was not obstructed because I have also been Tehsil Nazim twice. Regarding the performance of his government, he said, “We have already controlled government spending, eliminated royal expenditures and lowered protocols.
Usman Buzdar said that the Prime Minister is showing confidence in me that those who will perform well in the cabinet will stay together. We started work on 115 projects in various fields in DG Khan, some work is being done and some have been completed.
In the ongoing campaign against the encroachments, we have raised land worth Rs 400 billion which is a huge success.
Regarding land records, he said that around 150 centers were computerized within Punjab. By December, 115 more new centers are being set up in Punjab and 25 mobile vehicles will be going to different villages which will inform the public about land records. Punjab Cabinet approves land reform policy, we are changing the name of Patwari, making it a Village Officer, change its cadre and we will take it to the level of codification. He said that we have planted 6 million plants in Punjab in one year. We will plant 50 crore trees in five years. We will achieve this target.