Suspends wheat procurement centre incharge in Wazirabad
LAHORE/WAZIRABAD, May 18 (SABAH): Punjab Chief Minister Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif says Pakistan and China have signed agreements worth billions of rupees during the recent visit of Pakistani leadership to China.
He said this while talking to newsmen at Lahore airport on return from a successful visit to China on Thursday.
Shahbaz Sharif said “One Belt One Road Forum” is a great program for welfare of humanity. He said all provinces attended the Forum, which sent a positive message to the world.
Meanwhile Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif suspended the incharge of wheat procurement centre in Wazirabad owing to the poor arrangements. He visited the centre after returning from China visit.
Punjab Chief Minister visited various districts of Punjab and analysed the agrarian activities. One of the assessments underwent in Wazirabad where poor arrangements were made in the wheat procurement centre.
The administration was reported to be unaware of Shahbaz Sharif’s sudden arrival. The incharge looked surprised with his visit when he started to check the records.
While the sudden visit, Punjab CM talked to farmers and asked about their concerns. He listened to their queries and vowed to work for best interest of the people.
Earlier on Thursday, he reached Lahore after concluding the China summit for unprecedented project. He asserted that the One Belt One Road summit to be for the wellness of humanity, adding that it would bring success and development in the country.
He also praised the Chinese President Xi Jinping during his speeches in the neighbouring country, calling him a great leader with wisdom.