LAHORE - Punjab Ombudsman Major (r) Azam Suleman Khan provided a big relief to the people of Chunian by asking the local administration to take action against 32 illegal clinics in the area. During the operation, the administration sealed illegal medical stores and fined them Rs335,000. Similarly, as many as 39 medical stores were issued challans and their cases were sent to the Punjab Healthcare Commission (PHC). According to the details, a national newspaper published a report regarding illegal clinics and medical stores being run by quacks in Chunian. Major (r) Azam Suleman Khan took serious notice of that news, and on his directives, the local administration sealed 32 illegal clinics and medical stores and fined them Rs335,000. Also, 39 medical stores were issued challans and their cases were sent to the PHC.

Similarly, in an another complaint from district Gujrat regarding the completion of 2-kilomemter long road which was under construction for the last year and the construction work was stopped for no reason due to which the local people got involved in various diseases like breathing, inhaling and allergy due to this hazy polluted environment. Major (R) Azam Suleman Khan directed the concerned department to complete the construction of incomplete road to provide relief to the people of the area. Now, this road was completed and people got a sigh of relief. 

A resident, Ajiz Maseeh, of Mozah Gangrran tehsil Shakargarrh lodged a complaint in the office of Ombudsman Punjab, having request to restore the sewerage system in front of church where the polluted water was dumped. Ajiz Maseeh contacted so many departments to resolve the issue of drainage water but no succeeded. Finally, after contacting Ombudsman Office, this old issue of Christian community was resolved after action taken by Deputy Commissioner Narowal, Assistant Commissioner Shakargarrh and local administration.  A baildar of irrigation department, Ghulam Rasool, who is resident of tehsil Manchanabad district Bahawalnagar requested Ombudsman Punjab that he was retired on medical grounds, requested that his son, Ghulam Qadir, may please be inducted under 17-A rule in same department.

 His application was treated at top priority and desired relief was provided to him on the directive of Major (R) Azam Suleman Khan.