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CM Hamza directs to make LG public friendly via reforms

Written by The Frontier Post

LAHORE (INP): Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz has said that the local government should be made public friendly through reforms.
He issued the directives while chairing a special meeting held at Model Town on Saturday.
During the meeting also attended by Federal Minister Ahsan Iqbal, matters relating to local government came under review during the meeting.
Hamza Shahbaz stated that local government institutions play a pivotal role to provide quality service to the people at the grassroots level.
He emphasized that it is need of the hour to devolve power to the lower tiers in order to ensure progress at the grassroots level.
A detailed review was made to take into account different aspects of local government system during the meeting.
Awais Leghari, Atta Tarar, Zeeshan Rafique, Sami Ullah Khan, Ramzan Siddique Bhatti, Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary to CM, Secretaries of concerned departments, public representatives and specialists also attended the meeting.
CM takes notice of murder of two sisters: LAHORE (APP): Chief Minister Punjab Hamza Shahbaz has taken a notice of the murder of two sisters in the jurisdiction of police station Guliana of district Gujrat and sought a report from Inspector General Police.
The chief minister directed to ensure expeditious arrest of the accused involved in the incident and further action be taken against them after bringing them into the stern grip of law.
The CM directed to ensure early provision of justice to the heirs of the murdered at any cost.

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