PM urges public representatives to identify elements involved in corruption

Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan Friday urged the public representatives to identify elements involved in corruption, bribery and nepotism. Talking to members of the National Assembly from Sargodha division in Islamabad, he said they should play an active role in identifying and solving the problems being faced by public. The Prime Minister said government officers must implement open door policy for public and should end the practice of keep people waiting in the pretext of official meetings. He said ensuring public service delivery and depoliticizing bureaucracy is priority of the government. He said a comprehensive plan to help poor and deserving people will soon be started. Members of Executive Committee of Chenab Club Faisalabad called on Prime Minister Imran in Islamabad on Friday. They presented a cheque of Rs 20 million to the PM for Dams’ Fund.