Mohsin Naqvi, the acting chief minister of Punjab, said on Sunday that the transitional administration will not permit anybody to attack or degrade the province’s “institutions and intelligence agencies.”
The Punjab chief minister declared on Twitter that “We will not allow anyone to degrade or jeopardise our institutions and Intelligence agencies in Punjab.”
He stated that condemning these individuals who are assisting Pakistan’s adversaries was our top priority as responsible citizens of Pakistan.
Mohsin Naqvi promised that the government will enforce the law and that those responsible would be held accountable in accordance with the law.
Following the accusations made by the head of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, the interim Punjab government said a day earlier that it will audit the free flour programme in a ‘transparent and unbiased’ manner.
Caretaker Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Mohsin Naqvi said on Twitter that it has been agreed to carry out a thorough and unbiased audit of the free flour programme in Punjab to look into the unfounded charges.
The Chief Minister said that the free flour programme will be audited by the Office of the Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) and a reputable private audit company to guarantee financial discipline.
He said that the chairman of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had also been asked to look into the plan in order to uncover the truth and apprehend those responsible for wrongdoing.