CM Punjab Abolishes Animal Sale Fee in Cattle Markets

Animal Sale Fee

Chief Minister Punjab, Maryam Nawaz, has abolished the fees imposed on the sale of animals in cattle markets across the province.

In a significant meeting held in Lahore, chaired by Maryam Nawaz, discussions focused on the prices of essential items, the banning of one-dish rules in wedding ceremonies, and other pressing issues.

The Chief Minister directed that the sale of bread should be maintained at the fixed price throughout the province, with continuous monitoring until the price stabilizes.

During the meeting, Maryam Nawaz emphasized the need to address sewage problems in both cities and villages. She also mandated that livestock markets should be allowed at designated locations in every city.

Furthermore, she instructed that sheds and fans be installed in hospital waiting areas to provide comfort for patients, and that clean water should be supplied to both patients and attendants in hospitals.

She also stressed the importance of conducting vaccinations on an urgent basis to prevent measles, with deputy commissioners required to monitor the situation in their districts daily.

It was also decided during the meeting that the promotion of Deputy Commissioners (DCs) would be contingent on their performance.