Shehbaz vows to make Pakistan haven of peace


NA Speaker meets CM

Salim Ahmed

Lahore—Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq met Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif, here Sunday. Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that selfless service to the people and bringing deprived segments into mainstream of development is the pivot of the politics of PML-N.
Therefore, he said that PML-N government is completing public welfare projects with speed and transparency and resources have been diverted to poor and less developed areas. He said that under the policy of balanced development, projects of billions of rupees are being implemented throughout the province and crores of people are benefitting.
Shehbaz Sharif said that the former rulers looted national resources mercilessly while corruption and plunder in the name of development schemes was rampant during dictatorial era. Contrary to this fact, PML-N government led by Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has promoted quality and transparency in development projects and new examples have been set by saving national resources of billions of rupees.
Referring to the measures taken for elimination of energy crisis, the Chief Minister said that work is being carried out on power projects round the clock for overcoming loadshedding and all out efforts are being made for this purpose. He said that elimination of energy crisis will accelerate economic activities while huge investment will be made.
He said that terrorism, extremism and sectarianism will be eliminated for making Pakistan a haven of peace and the promise of giving a peaceful and save Pakistan to the coming generations will be fulfilled.
The Chief Minister further said that those criticizing public welfare projects unnecessarily do not want progress of the people and those who neglected the masses during their tenure are perturbed over the projects aimed at welfare of the masses. He said that the government will continue the process of public service and new records will be set during next two and a half years.

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