LAHORE – Prime Minister Imran Khan shown anger and dissatisfaction during a meeting with Punjab Cabinet Members at Chief Minister Office Lahore Yesterday, PakistanTribe.com reported.
Insiders told PakistanTribe that during the Punjab Cabinet meeting Imran Khan was not happy or comfortable with Ministers behaviour.
Imran Khan has directed the Ministers to stay more than eight hours in the offices when saying I am spending 15 hours daily, he added, don’t tell me you are giving only eight hours to the official work.
Majority of Ministers failed to give briefing about respective departments, claimed sources.
Inform me now if there is any confusion or hurdle, said Imran Khan when addressing to Punjab Cabinet members.
Don’t take PTI’s 100 days plan as a political slogan, in-case of any failure or compromised result Minister will be removed from the post, PM Imran gave clear warning to the Ministers.
The Prime Minister urged the provincial cabinet to work tirelessly for implementation of 100 Days Agenda of the present government to bring a visible change in the socio-economic spheres of our people’s lives.
The Prime Minister said that he would be frequently visiting the province and will remain at the forefront to oversee the First 100 Days Agenda.
Though, sources not revealed the names of Ministers but added that the PM looks satisfied with the performance of Two Cabinet Ministers when showing dissatisfaction on all other members.
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According to the official news release by Press Information Department (PID), Prime Minister Imran Khan felicitated the members of the Punjab Provincial Cabinet on assuming their portfolios and said that huge responsibility lies on their shoulder as Punjab is the biggest province of the country in terms of population.
When giving a road map Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that the performance of the Punjab government should be a trend setter for rest of the provinces.
The Prime Minister said that elimination of corrupt practices is one of the biggest challenge in Punjab. PM Khan stressed that the Cabinet members should make it their first priority to identify corrupt practices and take strict action against the corrupt elements.
Imran Khan emphasized upon the need of austerity and simplicity, and said that the Cabinet members should set the example while remaining at the forefront to remove extravagance on taxpayer’s money at all levels.