Lahore: According to news reports, Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Sardar Usman Buzdar and Prime Minister Abdul Razak Dawood’s Commerce and Investment Adviser Abdul Razak Dawood met on Sunday (May 23) and agreed to construct an ultra-modern International Expo Centre in the province. The name of the city where the proposed facility will be built is not mentioned in the news source.
Provincial ministers Mian Aslam Iqbal and Hasham Jawan Bakht, secretaries of the Planning and Development and Industries departments, principal secretary to the chief minister, Investment and Trade Chief Executive Officer Punjab Board, and other officials attended the meeting in the CM’s office.
The CM directed that the concerned departments begin working on this project as soon as possible. The promotion of cooperative agricultural farming was also addressed at the meeting. A plan for a Plug & Play Centre for the stitching industry in Multan was also discussed.
CM Buzdar also expressed an interest in providing cash crop growers and cotton farmers with incentives to promote the cotton industry. He went on to say that increasing cotton production would aid the growth of other related industries, such as the textile industry.