Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar presided over an important meeting at Circuit House in Layyah to review law and order situation as well as progress made on development schemes. Addressing the participants, the chief minister informed that Rs.18.77 billion was being spent on 2284 public welfare scheme in the district and vowed to include Layyah district in the overall development process. No compromise will be made on the quality of development projects as I am visiting different areas to personally monitor the progress being on the development projects, he added. He regretted that past government beguiled the people by lip-service and enmity was made with Layyah district by ignoring its development. The incumbent government will overcome the deprivations of the area, he assured. The chief minister announced to establish industrial estate in Chaubara and directed to take prompt steps in this regard. The development work will be done in consultation with the assembly members and Layyah and Taunsa will be connected with the motorway. The construction work of forensic lab in DG Khan will be completed soon, while the DPS School will be established in Layyah, he added. The chief minister announced to upgrade the sub-campus of Bahauddin Zakariya University in Layyah and informed the participants that work is in progress to establish a university in every district. He directed to strictly follow open-door policy in offices and officers should work hard to solve the problems of the people. The problems being faced by MNAs and MPAs will be resolved at every level, he added. Niaz Ahmed Jhakkar MNA, MPAs including Rafaqat Ali, Tahir Randhawa, Shahabuddin, Malik Ahmed Ali Aulakh, Commissioner and RPO DG Khan, DC and DPO Layyah and others attended the meeting.