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Usman Buzdar best performing CM: Survey

Institute of Public Opinion's survey revealed that 45% of surveyed people from Punjab termed Buzdar as the best CM. As per survey results, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mehmood Khan remained second while Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah was third.

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In a major achievement, Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Usman Buzdar becomes the best performing chief minister in Pakistan. His high ranking comes on the basis of his overall performance in the last three years.

Institute of Public Opinion’s survey revealed that 45% of surveyed people from Punjab termed Buzdar as the best CM. As per survey results, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mehmood Khan remained second, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah third while Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo remained fourth.

Due to Punjab CM’s achievements in the areas of education, healthcare, and overall development, people voted for him.

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According to poll results, 72% of the voters expressed satisfaction with the basic public health facilities provided by the provincial government. For example, 5,229 patients got free treatment in Lahore Division during the last two weeks under Naya Pakistan Sehat Card. Similarly, the Punjab provincial government under Buzdar’s leadership vaccinated around 46 million people in Punjab. This makes up 57% of the population living in the province.

In the education sector, 86% of the people surveyed said they are satisfied with the public education facilities provided. According to public opinion, the overall quality of government schools improved during the last three years.

Sindh CM’s performance is unsatisfactory?

Ever since news broke of CM Buzdar being the best CM, Twitteratis have been sharing his achievements on the popular social media platform.

On the other hand, voters expressed disappointment in Sindh CM Murad Ali Shah. 57% of voters termed the Sindh CM’s performance as unsatisfactory. Important to note, the Sindh  CM received high percentages of “unsatisfactory performance” in the development, and provision of public health and education facilities.

Earlier this month, the leader of the Opposition in the Sindh Assembly, Haleem Adil Sheikh issued a white paper on the performance of the Sindh Health Department. He expressed extreme discontentment with the state of public sector medical facilities in the province.

It is pertinent to mention that Sindh opposed the federal government’s health card scheme. The federal government on numerous occasions urged Sindh to join the health card initiative currently in Punjab, KPK, and other areas. However, Sindh refused. According to the Sindh government, the much-trumpeted health insurance card facility was meant only to benefit the private hospitals.

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