Shehbaz raises minimum wage


Hits back at Imran, Bilawal

Salim Ahmed

Lahore—Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has announced an increase of Rs.1000 per month in the salaries of labourers here at a special ceremony held to mark the International labour Day.
He also vowed to eliminate child labour from the province of Punjab while addressing at the ceremony. The chief minister Punjab said that every labourer will get a salary of Rs 14,000 from July 1. He also announced that Rs.1000 would be paid monthly to each child, who would leave brick kiln and enroll in the school. Addressing the ceremony here on Sunday, he said that every corrupt leader would be presented before judiciary.
Shehbaz said that so-called elites, after getting their loans of billions of rupees written off, will not escape accountability. He said that those usurping billions of rupees of the poor nation will now face accountability. He said those raising hue and cry on TORs say that it will take time to hold accountable all but they should know that the list of those getting their loans written off is available and in the light of which decision will be made in half an hour.
Shehbaz Sharif said that rally of a party at Lahore is against those getting their loans written off and grabbers present in their ranks who got their loans written off and also made off-shore companies. Referring to Bilawal Bhutto, Shehbaz said a child demands resignation from Prime Minister but he should know that corruption was rampant during the tenure of his father and party and if details of corruption of only one mega scandal of his father come fore then he will go calmly to Larkana.

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