Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar met with Prime Minister Imran Khan at Governor House and briefed him on welfare works, university reforms and Punjab Aab-e-Pak Authority’s initiatives. During prime minister’s visit to Lahore on Tuesday, the governor discussed political and governmental issues with him. He apprised the prime minister about ration distribution to thousands of families affected by rains and floods in Sindh and provision of interest-free loans of up to Rs 1 lakh to 10,000 families for the repair of damaged houses. He also spoke about the steps being taken by the Punjab Aab-e-Pak Authority to rehabilitate filtration plants and install new filtration plants across Punjab, including Lahore. Chaudhry Sarwar briefed Prime Minister Imran Khan that the universities in Punjab are undergoing rapid reforms and he has made it mandatory for all officers concerned with university affairs to decide on any university file within a maximum of 10 days. This file will be forwarded to the concerned officer and action will be taken against those who show irresponsibility. On the occasion of the meeting, Prime Minister Imran Khan appreciated the progressive steps taken by the Governor of Punjab and directed to intensify the measures for the reform of universities and provision of clean drinking water to the people.