PM briefed over Punjab administrative matters

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LAHORE, Sep 15 (APP): Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday was given a briefing about the administrative matters of Punjab during his day-long visit to the provincial metropolitan.

The improvement in service delivery for the facilitation of general public came under discussion.

The meeting was attended by Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar, Chief Secretary Kamran Ali Afzal and Inspector General Police Sardar Ali Khan.

The Chief Secretary Punjab briefed the Prime Minister and said transparency and merit was ensured in the administrative decisions in Punjab.

He said steps were being taken to provide essential items on low prices and keep inflation under control.

The early completion of the ongoing development projects in Punjab was also a priority, he said adding corruption and malpractices will not be tolerated in the province.

Inspector General Punjab briefed the Prime Minister about the reforms in police department.

The Punjab police was taking steps for resolution of basic issues and complaints of the people, he told.

The Prime Minister instructed that the administrative structure in Punjab should be made more effective for providing facilities to the people.

Provision of daily use items on low prices to the people should be ensured, he added.

He directed that an effective mechanism should be put in place so that people could easily access police stations and their complaints could be immediately resolved.

The Prime Minister emphasized that police should stay above any political affiliation, serve the people and ensure that justice was being done.