Punjab government kicks off 100 days plan
LAHORE - Chief Minister Usman Buzdar has kicked off the 100 days implemention plan.
He unveiled the reforms and growth strategy for the first 100 days of the Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government in the province, ‘according to the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan.’
Presiding over the second session of the Punjab cabinet on Saturday, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar said poverty alleviation, promotion of tourism industry, agriculture reforms to increase production and agri-marketing capacity, livestock reforms, formulation of water policy, health and education reforms, women development, provision of clean drinking water, construction of five million houses, environment policy and tree plantation have been included the 100-day agenda.
Buzdar said progress on the 100-day programme will be reviewed and all departments concerned would submit report to the Chief Minister Office on weekly basis. “Stakeholders of various sectors will be taken into the confidence for finalisation of policy and recommendations,” he added.
The cabinet also approved constitutions of a steering committee on the implementation of 100-day programme under senior Minister Aleem Khan. The meeting that remained in session for over five hours decided that the CM and all ministers will donate their one-month salary to the PM Dam Fund.