LAHORE: The Pakistan Muslim League (Q), a coalition partner of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, still has no problem with Chief Minister Usman Bazdar but is demanding 'full administrative partnership' in their districts.
According to the report, the party of Chaudhry Brothers of Gujarat, Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi are making efforts for their participation in the 'high bureaucracy' of Punjab, which is apparently not under the jurisdiction of Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar.
Some party leaders believe that if Usman Buzdar had been a powerful chief minister, then the PML-Q would not have been concerned, nor would he have given the PTI a week 'time to address his concerns.
In the month of November, the Chief Secretary was given further administrative authority after major changes in the Punjab government, while the Chief of Police was allegedly seeking instructions from the Prime Minister's Secretariat, making Usman Buzdar the only 'formal' Chief Minister. Were left
Following the sharp criticism of Usman Buzdar's poor governance, especially the recent flour crisis in the province, the Tehreek-e-Insaf government's central and Punjab spokespersons, Firdous Ashiq Awan and Fayaz-ul-Hassan Chauhan, said the government had no plans to replace Usman Buzdar.
On the other hand, the PML-Q leader told that "this week is very important, we will see if any orders are issued to empower our ministers and legislators and if so If not, we will consider other options. '
Responding to a question regarding the confidence of Usman Buzdar of the PML-Q, he said, "We are satisfied with the Chief Minister and want him to continue his work but in the districts in which we are politically strong. We will be given full administrative partnership there. ”
Responding to a question regarding the appointment of Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi as the chief minister in the place of Usman Buzdar and delivering this message to the prime minister during the meeting of PTI and PML-Q, he said, "We have no The message has not been conveyed; we just want our legislators to be empowered and to be trusted in the consultation process. '
Responding to a question regarding PML-N's offer to give permission to Pervaiz Elahi, he said, "We received this offer even after the 2018 elections, but we rejected it."