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AC Sialkot Dispute: Dr. Firdous Awan says that public representatives are accountable to the people

AC Sialkot Dispute: Dr. Firdous Awan says that public representatives are accountable to the people

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Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan is addressing the press conference. – PID / file

Lahore: Reacting to the incident in which he reprimanded Assistant Commissioner Sialkot Sonia Sadaf yesterday, Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan defended his actions and said that public representatives are accountable to the people.

Talking about the incident, the Punjab Chief Minister’s Adviser said that the attitude of the Assistant Commissioner was disappointing. He said that Chief Minister Usman Bazdar had asked him to submit a report on the issue, adding that he had also expressed frustration over the people standing in long queues to buy sugar.

Talking about the incident, he said, “If the corona virus SOPs set by the government are not being implemented, then [it should be understood] That we [public office holders] Accountable to the people. ”

He turned his shotgun on himself when apprehended by a police officer on the porch of the house where the shootings took place.

The aide to the chief minister said that there were some members of the media in the Ramadan bazaar yesterday who gave an angle to the incident and “became parties and twisted the statement”.

“[They] “I am angry because I was not provided with the protocol,” he said. Exploring Sonia Sadaf, Dr. Awan said that anyone who wants to “not come out of his air-conditioned room” should not join. Employment in public service professions.

“These people should look at the easy professions and those who want to take the difficult path should bear the burden that comes with it,” he said.

Dr. Awan said that the women she was fighting for in the Ramadan Bazaar did not belong to her constituency nor were they related to her. “These were ordinary people for whom we bought sugar from stalls and gave it to them to maintain the goodwill of the government,” he said.

The Assistant Chief Minister Punjab said that politicians and those who “have to knock on the doors of the people to get their votes” would have to take stock of the situation and act accordingly in the interest of the people.

Summarizing yesterday’s incident, he said: “Whoever stands in the way of the Punjab government’s initiative and Usman Bazdar’s roadmap and Prime Minister Imran Khan’s mission, then I want to make it clear that I am all I am the administrator first and then the waiting representative, “she said.

He said that since yesterday the facts of the incident had been deliberately distorted and the Chief Secretary Punjab Government had not been properly informed, which had led to a misunderstanding.

Dr Awan said he visited 14 Ramadan bazaars yesterday and even inspected the arrangements at the utility stores, but the “attitude” he observed yesterday was unprecedented.