In addition, he has warned that delays in the acquisition of machinery and equipment would not be permitted. He highlighted that a steering group had been constituted for the recruiting process.
Agriculture, Food, and Drug Authority will be operational by October, per the directive of the chief minister, who has decided to eradicate the problem of contaminated food and medication in the province.
Additionally, he has made it plain that laxity in acquiring machinery and equipment would not be accepted. A recruiting steering group was also established inside the authority.
The previous administration played politics with the lives of those harmed by tainted food and medicine and put this project of national significance on hold for no apparent reason; he expressed regret and insisted that those responsible for the three-and-a-half-year delay are accountable to the nation.
The prime minister stated that the inept cabal of the previous administration squandered national resources.
Now, he claimed, neglect would not be permitted, and he ordered that the progress be reported to him every two weeks and that he visit the site to assess the work rate.
Additional Chief Secretary, Chairman Planning and Development, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Secretary C&W, and Chief Executive Officer of Infrastructure Development Authority Punjab, among others, were in attendance at the meeting.