PA Speaker, Assembly Members and PML-N Leaders call on Chief Minister Punjab
Lahore, May 24, 2018 (PPI-OT): Speaker Punjab Assembly Rana Muhammad Iqbal Khan, members of national and provincial assemblies, party ticket holders and leaders of Pakistan Muslim League-N called on President PML-N and Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif, today and reposed their full confidence over his leadership. Talking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that PML-N government has worked tirelessly for public welfare and prosperity. It has introduced mega projects for composite development of urban and rural areas in the province. He said that performance of the PML-N government has also been acknowledged by the UNDP and thanked Almighty Allah for it.
He said that Punjab government has introduced wonderful development schemes in health, education, infrastructure development and other sectors. Credit also goes to the Punjab government for ensuring timely completion of development schemes along with saving of more than Rs. 682 billion. If an opportunity is accorded by Almighty Allah, many more public welfare projects will be introduced after the elections, he said. Without caring for the undue criticism of the opponents, the journey of development will be continued as the opponents are fearful of the historic development agenda of the PML-N government and have run out of steam.
He said that conscious people of Pakistan have fully recognized that who has served them and they are firmly standing with us. People will vote to the agenda of development and prosperity instead of giving any importance to agitation and sit-in, he said. He said the people will be served with renewed energies if they showed their confidence over us again and added that joint efforts are needed to make the country great and strong. Those who called on Shehbaz Sharif included Speaker Rana Muhammad Iqbal Khan, Ghulam Dastagir Lak MPA, Muhammad Ilyas, Abid Raza Kotla, Ch. Mubashar, Pir Ijaz Hashmi, Awais Leghari, Barrister Rana Javed Iqbal and others.
For more information, contact:
Directorate General Public Relations, Punjab (DGPR)
Government of the Punjab
21-Mahmood Gaznavi Road (Abbot Road), Lahore, Pakistan