President PTI Central Punjab Ejaz Chaudhary and head of Good Governance Committee Col (r) Ejaz Hussain Manhais called on Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar at the Civil Secretariat on Wednesday and discussed matters of mutual interest. They strongly condemned hooliganism at the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah in Karachi. The CM regretted the sanctity of the last resting place of the father of the nation has been violated adding that no conscious person could ever think of doing so. The whole nation is saddened as some elements are bent upon damaging the national interest for the sake of personal stakes, the CM remarked. He asserted there is no room for a specific agenda of people with some vested interest in the new Pakistan and regretted the opposition parties are bent upon tarnishing the journey towards a transparent Pakistan. PTI is the most popular political party and it values the office-bearers and they will be given their due right. Ejaz Chaudhary strongly condemned the irreverence of the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam adding that a political party created the ruckus for personal benefit. The opposition has no agenda and it is also afraid of the transparent government of Prime Minister Imran Khan, he added. Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has said the corona situation is strictly monitored and there is no room for any negligence as an increase in the number of patients and death is observed. In a statement, the CM asserted observance of SOPs is imperative to overcome the second wave of the corona. The citizens should wear facemasks and maintain social distancing, he added. Giving the details, the CM stated the number of active corona patients is 2346, 176 new cases have been reported and nine patients have died in Punjab during the last 24 hours while 9386 were tested yesterday. Meanwhile, 97271 patients have been recovered, the CM added. Former provincial minister of Balochistan province Naseebullah Khan Marri and member provincial assembly of the Punjab Javed Akhtar Lund called on Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar at the civil secretariat on Wednesday. Talking on this occasion, the CM reiterated the development of Balochistan province is as important as that of Punjab adding that the Punjab government started several projects in Balochistan as a goodwill gesture. Giving the details, the CM added technical college is being established in Kharan by the Punjab government while necessary facilities along-with transport are provided for college, rescue 1122 centre and Bank of Punjab branch in Musakhel. The cardiology institute in DG Khan will provide better healthcare facilities to the patients of Balochistan province, he said. Meanwhile, the mausoleum of Mir Chakar Azam Rind in Okara is being restored and the south Punjab secretariat has also started working. The rights of south Punjab are being returned to it and has started moving towards the journey of composite development, the CM added. Naseebullah Marri stated Punjab seems much better than before and development is visible even in far-flung areas. The passion of Usman Buzdar to jointly work for national development is praiseworthy, he added. An investors delegation of the UAE led by Sulaiman Al.Badaai called on Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar at the civil secretariat on Wednesday. Provincial Minister Finance Hashim Jawan Bakht, Chief Secretary, Chairman PBIT Sardar Tanveer Ilyas, Secretary Finance and others were also present. The CM apprised the delegation about investment-friendly policies and initiatives of the provincial government and stated that all the facilities are provided under one roof. The CM assured the procedure of obtaining NOC has been made easy to promote investment and the investors should fully invest in Punjab to benefit from the conducive environment. The investors will be provided with every sort of facility and its sanguine that a number of UAE investors have already invested in Punjab, the CM said. Though some obstacles were created in the past for investors but the investment-related file do not stick anywhere now, he added.