Saad meets Shahbaz, discusses political situation, evolve strategy for PTI’s march


Salim Ahmed

Lahore—Federal Minister for Railways Kh. Saad Rafiq met Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, here today and congratulated him on marvelous success of PML-N in bye-election of NA 162. Speaking on the occasion, Shaahbaz Sharif said that with the blessings of Allah Almighty and through the power of vote of the people, transparency, honesty and service has succeeded in bye-elections.
He said that people once again have rejected those indulging in sit-in polities.
He said conscious people of Pakistan know who is serving them selflessly and who is indulging in politics of anarchy. The Chief Minister said that polities of allegations and lies has no value before service honesty and transparency. Those creating hurdles in the way of progress and prosperity of the country should quit negative politics, he added. Shahbaz Sharif said that PML-N believes in politics of values.
He said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif the country has been put on the road of progress and prosperity of the country and all out steps are being taken for public welfare. He said that the results of bye-elections are a proof the fact that people are with those serving them selflessly.
He said that the results of bye-elections are proof of the fact that PML-N leadership is popular among the people like 2013 while people have rejected the politics of allegations and lies with the power of vote. He said that results of the elections are a lesson for those indulging in politics of sit-ins and people have once again given their decision that there is no room for politics of chaos and anarchy in the country. He said that journey of selfless service to the people will be continued with more determination.
Speaking on the occasion, Kh. Saad Rafiq said that victory of Muslim league–N on the seat of opponents in Chichawatni is a proof of the fact that people love party leadership. Sources claim that strategy for PTI’s Raiwind march was also discussed.