Lahore, November 14, 2018 (PPI-OT): Members of the provincial assembly of the Punjab from southern Punjab met with Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and Governor Ch. Muhammad Sarwar here today. PTI’s candidates for the Senate of Pakistan Waleed Iqbal and Seemi Ezdi were also present on the occasion. The MPAs reiterated their commitment to succeed the PTI candidates in senate election with verve. Addressing the meeting, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar said that working relationship enjoyed by both Governor and Chief Minister these days was never seen earlier.
Governor Ch. Muhammad Sarwar is like my elder brother, he added. The role of a Governor, Chief Minister and the Speaker is specified in the constitution of Pakistan and we are fully united like a family. We will achieve the goal of a new Pakistan envisioned by the Prime Minister Imran Khan by working like a team. He said that both Waleed Iqbal and Seemi Ezdi are lifelong lieutenants of the party. Both of the candidates will achieve success in the senate election by getting more votes than expected. I fully understand the problems faced by the southern Punjab and your genuine problems will be solved by the government, he added.
Governor Ch. Muhammad Sarwar, on the occasion, said that this election is important for the party and MPAs will work by considering it as their own election. He said that there is not a minute difference between himself and the Chief Minister. We are on the same page and are working as a team of Imran Khan. He said that Usman Buzdar is the Chief Minister of the province. We already have worked jointly and will continue to perform collectively in future as well.
He said that Chief Minister Usman Buzdar is taking his MNAs and MPAs along and he is also working hard. Expressing their opinion, different MPAs said that vote is a trust of the party. Chairman Executive Council set up with regard to the establishment of southern Punjab province Tahir Bashir Cheema, MPAs from southern Punjab, members of the assembly and independent MPAs namely Ahmed Ali Aulakh and Qasim Abbas Langah were also present on the occasion.
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