Government of Punjab Decides to hold Sikh conventions in Lahore, Nankana Sahib
The government of Punjab has decided to organize a meeting in connection with the 550th birthday anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak Devji, the originator of Sikhism.
The first meeting will be organized at the Governor House whereas the next meeting will be arranged at Nankana Sahib and all Sikh community from around the world will participate in the conventions hold in Punjab, Pakistan. Sardar Usman Buzdar the Chief Minister of Pakistan has directed to make the best possible arrangement on this special occasion. Every possible facility would be provided to the visitors.
Around 150 million rupees was spent on renovating the roads in Nankana Sahib so that the pilgrims could easily travel to visit their religious site.
The Chief Minister of Punjab further explained that the foundation stone for Baba Guru Nanak University in Nankana Sahib was the evidence of the commitment of the government towards supporting religious tolerance and harmony. The government is giving all types of facilities to the Sikhs as well as to other religious minorities. The CM has also declared to make better the recent monitoring system to resolve public complaints very soon.
The chief minister also directed the urban unit to develop a mobile application and said that the new system should be innovative and exclusive. He said, “We intend to move towards smart cities where citizens would be provided with every facility,”.
On Thursday, the chief minister said that the far-flung areas were deprived of development due to the incorrect policies of the former rulers while negotiating to different delegations at his office.
“Past rulers ignored the fundamental problems of the people who yearned for their basic rights,” he said. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) government will amend the past mistakes.