Hamza says LWMC should work round the clock to ensure zero waste during Eid holidays

 

LAHORE   -   Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz has expressed displeasure over the poor cleanliness situation in Lahore and other cities of the province and directed that the control room of Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) should work round the clock to ensure zero waste operation during the Eid holidays.

He was presiding over a meeting about the LWMC at his office on Monday in which the Lahore commissioner and the LWMC CEO gave briefings. The CM directed to improve the cleanliness arrangements, adding that the LWMC would earn respect if good services were provided to the citizens. “Allah Almighty will grant success to you if you work diligently,” he added. “I am disheartened by the poor cleanliness situation in Lahore and major cities of the province,” the CM maintained. The CM directed to identify an area of land for a new landfill site and suggested involving parliamentarians in improving cleanliness. “Lahore is the epicentre of Pakistan and we will make this city clean,” he further said. “The LWMC’s journey from success to decline is painful as the achievements have been ruined in a short period,” the CM regretted and vowed to rectify the LWMC affairs.

The lawmakers and officials concerned attended the meeting.

 CM SEEKS REPORT FROM IG POLICE

Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz has sought a report from IG police about the recovery of the dead bodies of two children in Mandi Bahauddin. The CM has extended sympathies to the bereaved heirs and assured them of the provision of justice. Meanwhile, the police arrested the children’s uncle involved in their murder and registered an FIR.