Prime Minister Imran Khan assured Chief Minister Usman Buzdar to remove the reservations of the angry members of the assembly and meet legitimate demands.
During a one-day visit to Lahore, Prime Minister Imran Khan met Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar one-on-one.
In addition, the Prime Minister also held separate meetings with the members of the National and Provincial Assembly in the Chief Minister's Secretariat.
The Chief Minister met with the Prime Minister to discuss the overall situation of Punjab province, provision of facilities to the people and development issues.
In addition, Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar briefed Prime Minister Imran Khan about the reservations of the angry MPs and gave a briefing on the meeting with the angry members of the assembly.
To which the Prime Minister assured to remove the reservations of the angry members of the Assembly and to meet the legitimate demands.
The Chief Minister briefed Prime Minister Imran Khan on the flour, wheat and sugar crisis, saying that there was no crisis of flour and wheat in Punjab.
He said that price control committees have played an active role against the manufacturers of artificial inflation, fined the flour mills and the sale of expensive prices and the licenses were suspended.
Sources aware of the meeting said that the Prime Minister indicated that he was aware of the conspiracies against the Chief Minister of Punjab but did not say anything else.
Sources said that the Prime Minister said that if the present Chief Minister Punjab was changed then the new Chief Minister would not stay for a month.
Another source said that any in-house change would be nearly impossible because Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar won with a majority of votes when members of the PTI voted in favour of the provincial assembly, allies and 3 independent members. ۔
Sources said that now the situation of the members of the Provincial Assembly and allies of the party was not as smooth.
Prime Minister Imran Khan directed the Punjab government to be prepared for holding council elections in the villages in the first phase.
He said that local elections will help solve the problems of the people at the grass-root level