MULTAN: Punjab Governor, Chaudhary Muhammad Sarwar, said Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) govt had full understanding of challenges faced by masses and was making all out efforts to meet them. Speaking at a news conference at Violence Against Women Centre (VAWC) here on Thursday, he stated that inflation was a big issue which was prime focus of the govt to extend relief to public. COVID-19 adversely affected the economy across the world and Pakistan is no exception, he said and added that our country is among three countries which handled global pandemics effectively. Governor deplored that previous governments did not pay proper attention to women’s problems adding that equal treatment to all segments of society was the mission of our government. “It is heartening to see female students grabbing 80 percent of medals during convocation of the varsities.” said Sawar. He added that VAWC was working to extend maximum relief to women in case of violence. “European and US women are still struggling for their rights,” he observed. The governor disclosed that 70 percent patients admitted to hospitals due to dirty water and added that provision of clean drinking water was his mission. “Over 10.5 million will get clean drinking water by December this year” he announced. He said that he will open 11 filtration plants in the city which had been dysfunctional. Minister Hussain Jahania Gardezi, Dr Akhtar Malik, Chairperson Punjab Women Protection Authority, Kaneez Fatima and others were present. Later, talking to reporters after inaugurating the Mango Festival at DHA, he stated that Pakistani mangoes were the best in the world and the government was putting in efforts to enhance its export. He stated that he had come to know today that a large number of mango varieties were produced in our country. This year Pakistan produced a bumper crop of king of fruits and its export will also be increased many fold, he hoped.