Country on road to progress: Shahbaz


Reviews progress of Safe City Project

Salim Ahmed

Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif-led Pakistan has embarked on the road to progress likewise development projects of billions of rupees have been completed during four years while round the clock work is being carried out on a number of public-welfare projects.
He said that every project of PML (N) is a masterpiece as standard, honesty and speed have been ensured to such a level that even our opponents can’t raise finger to their transparency.
He said that the development and prosperity programme will be completed under the dynamic leadership of Nawaz Sharif. He shared these views while talking to a delegation of PML-N, here today.
Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif chaired three hours long meeting to review overall law and order situation, progress of Safe City Project Lahore and matters related to Safe City Projects in 6 big cities, here today.
Addressing the meeting, Shahbaz Sharif said that Punjab government has taken effective measures to protect life and property of the people. He directed concerned authorities to take all necessary steps to improve law & order situation and added that Police should perform its duties diligently for eradicating criminal elements and indiscriminate action be continued against them.
The Chief Minister said that Punjab government has provided all-out resources to improve public peace and will do so in future as well. He said that information technology is being benefited for implementing integrated program to secure cities and Punjab Safe City project has been started in this regard which is directly related to improving law & order situation.
Therefore, pace of work should further be accelerated to complete it within stipulated period and Cabinet Committee on Law & Order itself take decisions regarding setting up of this project in six cities, he added. He directed to constitute a committee for furthering the affairs of Safe City Projects in six cities.
Shahbaz Sharif said that Safe City Projects hold the key to combat terrorism so work in a professional manner needs to be carried out keeping in mind their uniqueness and innovation. Provincial Ministers Rana Sanaullah, Ayub Gadhi, Jahangir Khanzada, Advisor Rana Maqbool Ahmed, Additional Chief Secretary Home, Acting Inspector General Police and concerned officials and senior officers attended the meeting.

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