The President and Executive Committee members of All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS) called on Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi in his office on Monday and expressed good wishes for him.
The CM assured him of resolving the problems of the newspaper industry and directed the Information department to pay the arrears of advertisements without delay. There would be less work in a short time but would try to make every work exemplary, the CM maintained and added that provision of facilities in selected hospitals in Lahore would be completed soon. Free angiography would be done within two hours in selected government hospitals, he noted and mentioned that the new emergency block of Jinnah Hospital would be completed in a few months.
Similarly, Kalma Chowk and Samanabad underpass projects would be completed before time. The law and order was gradually improving. The government was sending 50 rescuers to aid the earthquake victims in Türkiye, the CM concluded. The delegation included President Sarmad Ali, Senior Vice President Jameel Athar, Vice President Shahab Zuberi, Mujeeb-ur-Rehman Shami, Khushnood Ali Khan and APNS members namely Syed Sajjad Bukhari, Mumtaz A. Tahir, Naveed Chaudhary, Muhammad Waqaruddin, Imtinan Shahid, Syed Mumtaz Ahmad Shah, Syed Muhammad Munir Jilani, Umar Mujeeb Shami, Gohar Zahid Malik, Humayun Gulzar, Bilal Mahmood and Furqan Hashmi. Caretaker Provincial Information Minister Amir Mir, Secretary Information and others were also present.
Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Haji Ghulam Ali called on Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi at his office, here on Monday. Both discussed matters of mutual interest and promotion of inter-provincial harmony. Both agreed to accelerate efforts for improving inter-provincial harmony. CM Mohsin Naqvi expressed solidarity with the bereaved families of the Peshawar blast. There was a need to promote unity among the people to overcome the menace of terrorism, he said and noted that all the people should remain united to strengthen the bonds of inter-provincial harmony.
Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi on Monday telephoned to Ambassador of Turkiye Dr Mehmet Paçaci and expressed his deep sorrow and grief over the loss of life and property caused by earthquake. He announced to send a 50-member rescue and relief team to Turkiye on behalf of the Punjab government and said that the team would go to the affected areas to start rescue operations immediately. He said that in the hour of trial, Pakistan stands with the brothers and sisters of Turkiye. “We are with the brothers and sisters of Turkiye in difficult times and will remain with them.” he added.
The CM conveyed his condolences to the families who lost their loved ones and expressed his profound sadness at the loss of life and property. He empathized with those affected and offered his condolences to the families of deceased and injured. The CM also prayed for a quick recovery of those who were hurt.
Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Haji Ghulam Ali called on Mohsin Naqvi at his office on Monday and discussed matters of mutual interest and promotion of interprovincial harmony. Both agreed to accelerate efforts for improving interprovincial harmony while CM Mohsin Naqvi expressed solidarity with the bereaved families of the Peshawar blast. There is a need to promote unity among the people to overcome the menace of terrorism, Mohsin Naqvi said and noted that all the people should remain united to strengthen the bonds of interprovincial harmony.