Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar-the Governor of Punjab has laid the foundation of the Punjab Aab-e-Pak project of Rs.161 million in the Chak Jhumra.
As per the shared details, over 57,000 people of sixteen villages would have access to a safe drinking water facility.
The ceremony attendees were the members of the national and provincial assemblies, Ajmal Cheema-the provincial minister, Khayal Ahmad Castro MNA Chaudhry Zahid Nazir, chief executive of Punjab Aab-e-Pak Authority.
Sarwar while addressing the ceremony said that if he would learn that any person of the Aab-e-Pak Authority has either taken or given commission then that person would be punished. He also said that they would protect the tax money of the people.
He referred to the ones who fill their pockets with the tax money of the public as criminals.
He further said that the filtration plants would not just be installed in the constituencies represented by Pakistan-Tehreek-e-Insaf but would also be built in the areas where the opposition parties have won the elections.
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