Not months, will bring the change in days, vows Usman Buzdar
Buzdar dispelled all allegations leveled against him.
LAHORE (Dunya News) – Punjab Chief Minister’s (CM) nominee Usman Buzdar on Saturday vowed to beat the clock for brining much-anticipated change in the province.
While endorsing all the challenges, Usman Buzdar pledged to not contest elections again if he fails in solving the problems of the province. “I will instigate a merit-based system in Punjab”, added Buzdar.
“To run a large province like Punjab, which is full of challenge, is a colossal task. People inquire how you would confront this responsibility as you have been selected member of the provincial assembly (MPA) for the first time”, stated CM-in-waiting.
With high spirits, Buzdar vowed to root out mismanagement and corruption from Pakistan’s largest province. He added, “Not in months, masses will witness the change in days”.
Responding to a question, Buzdar dispelled all allegations leveled against him.
Earlier today, Buzdar filed his nomination papers for slot of Punjab CM.
Who is Usman Buzdar?
He garnered 26,897 votes from PP-286 Taunsa Sharif and defeated independent candidate Khawaja Muhammad Nizamul Mehmood.
Buzdar remained a member of Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) from 2002-2008 and later switched to Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N). In 2013, he contested the election from PML-N ticket but lost to Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) candidate.
In Musharraf era, he remained district Nazim of Taunsa. His father Fatah Muhammad Buzdar is the chief of Buzdar tribe and was elected thrice as Member of National Assembly (MNA).