Will not take revenge but law to take own course, says Hamza

Hamza Shehbaz London

Chief Minister Punjab Hamza Shahbaz has stated that we will not take revenge from anyone but the law will take own course adding that any of our actions will not smack of revenge. He regretted that the President of Pakistan and the Governor Punjab do not obey LHC order nor accept the constitution and the law.

He warned that disrespecting the law will make you pay a heavy price. Hamza Shahbaz outlined that our intentions are right and will Allah willing will resolves the problems of the masses with dedication. My best effort to bring ease in the lives of a common man and get the blessings of Allah Almighty adding that he is doing all this to serve the humanity of Allah Almighty and will continue to do so, he added.

He was talking with media persons on Eid-ul-Fitr at the Children Hospital. Hamza Shahbaz said that the solution to the country’s problems lies to tread on the path of unity, tolerance, mutual consultation and lenience adding that all political parties should think of their country.

He disclosed that the growth rate during the tenure of Nawaz Sharif was 5.8% as people were getting employment and CPEC was going on. He lamented that CPEC became sluggish during the tenure of Imran Niazi and the economy was raised to the ground. He remarked that our elders had attained this country by laying down their lives and today their souls must be feeling unease. CM vowed that he along with his team will move forward by taking into account the sufferings of the people.

He denounced that those people had deceived the youth of this nation by showing them false dreams of giving one crore jobs and building 50 lac houses even demolished the dwellings of the poor adding that instead got Bani Gala house regularised. He stated that it is a crime to play with someone’s emo-tions and give false hope to someone.

Hamza Sha-hbaz censured that Imran Niazi not only snatched away livelihoods of the people but also made them unemployed. He reprimanded that Imran Niazi made false claim of making Madina State but did everything to the other way round. When the false claimant was Madina State was accounted for Tosha Khana then he is left with no answer adding that foreign funding case is clamouring loud and clear that he indulged into money laundering and concealed tax returns. What to say of making a New Pakistan even if Old Pakistan got ruined, he added. He maintained that it is not the responsibility of one political party but of all the political parties to work collectively to find solutions to national problems adding that if the wheel of national economy runs then politics will run.

He highlighted that we will have to put our ego aside and will have to strive hard inside as well as outside the Parliament. Meanwhile Chief Minister Punjab Hamza Shahbaz visited Dar-ul-Shafqat and distributed eidi and gifts among the inmates on the day of Eid-ul-Fitr. Talking on this occasion, Hamza Shahbaz said that Allah Almighty would bring ease to those who work for the orphans. Feeding the hungry and looking after the orphans are noble deeds and I am here to share the joys of eid; he said and prayed that the inmates may emerge as successful citizens in their practical lives.

There is a need that society should follow the principles of tolerance and empathy as the societies lacking this passion become impassive; he maintained and observed that the importance of Haqooq-ul-Ibad cannot be denied. Allah Almighty has stressed a lot about Haqooq-ul-Ibaad; he mentioned and assured to take immediate steps to retrieve the land of Anjuman Himayat-e-Islam. A lawful action would also be taken with regard to payment of rent to Anjuman Himayat-e-Islam and its issue of the university would be resolved in accordance with the law, added Hamza Shahbaz.

Today, I am departing after making a strong relationship with the children and would make every effort to fulfil this commitment as it is a means of satisfying Allah Almighty and not a political statement, concluded the CM. Different parliamentarians including Ayaz Sadiq, Rana Mashhood Ahmad, Mian Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman, Kh. Imran Nazir, Mehar Ishtiaq Ahmad, Rana Mubashar, Saif-ul-Malook Khokhar, Atta Ullah Tarar, Imran Goraya, Mian Munir, Sohail Butt and other party workers were also present.