Resolve the Issues at Doorstep Agenda of PTI: Minister HR&MA Ijaz Alam


Provincial Minister for Human Rights & Minority Affairs Ijaz Alam Augustine has said that resolve the problems of the common man at their doorstep was the core agenda of PTIs Government and also the vision of Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar. He said that the purpose of holding open court was to remove obstacles in the delivery of justice because the PTI government believes in merit while the elimination of corruption and culture of bribe are among the top priorities of our government. Minister said that the Government has empowered district administration so the problems of the people can be resolved without any discrimination while the doors of all public offices, including the Deputy Commissioner and DPO, have been opened for the public access without any interruption. He expressed these views on the occasion of holding an open court in DC office Sialkot. DC Sialkot Dr Nasir Mehmood Bashar informed to the provincial minister that a digital district management system has been launched at the district level to facilitate the immediate response of citizens' problems and according to transparency system a tracking number and receipt issued to the complainant. The provincial minister directed to administration to resolve the citizens' grievances on merit basis according to the agenda of PTI. Later on, the minister visited the convent school in Sialkot. School administration informed to the minister that the first Catholic school in the Punjab was the Convent of Jesus and Mary, Sialkot, which was opened at the request of the Archbishop of Agra, His Lordship, Msgr. Michael Angelo Jacobi. Msgr. Jacobi seeing the need for a good educational establishment for young girls, informed the Provincial Superioress of the Convent at Agra of his desires and invited her to open a foundation in Sialkot and extend the good works of the Congregation of Jesus and Mary already established in the United Provinces of Oudh and Agra. The minister said that the Government of the PTI is providing all basic facilities to all religious minorities and scholarships also being distributed among minorities, brilliant students. The government was willing to strengthen the education system in all over the province, he concluded.