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Govt committed to bring change in farmers’ lives: CM Buzdar LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Sunday said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf provincial government was committed in bringing prosperity in farmers’ lives. In a statement issued from Lahore, here today, he said a long term policy is being pursued for development of agriculture sector that will produce far-reaching results. The chief minister said approval has been given to provide certified cotton seeds to farmers that will increase yield of this crop. He said indiscriminate action will be taken against manufacturers of spurious pesticides. Earlier on March 1, Prime Minister Imran Khan had chaired a meeting regarding National Agriculture Emergency Programme at the Chief Minister House, Punjab. The PM was briefed on steps taken by the provincial government to improve agricultural conditions and upgradation of the sector. PM Khan was told about future planning of the Punjab government to make necessary changes in the sector. Read more: CM Buzdar directs to establish kidney transplant counters at Teaching Hospitals Khan told the meeting that China’s model should be followed to make much-needed changes in the agriculture sector of Pakistan. “We need to equip peasants with modern techniques of farming,” he added. He said adulterated milk badly affect the health of children, hence put their life at risk. He directed officials concerned to strictly punish anyone found involved in adulterating milk. The post Govt committed to bring change in farmers’ lives: CM Buzdar appeared first on ARYNEWS.


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