Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif delivers enthusiastic speech in Bhanot city of Tehsil Halla
Lahore, May 09, 2018 (PPI-OT): President PML-N and Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif delivered enthusiastic speech in Bhanot city of tehsil Halla. Provincial President PML-N Sindh Shah Muhammad Shah presented traditional ajrak to Chief Minister Punjab besides giving him a turban when he came on stage. Chief Minister was warmly welcomed by office-bearers of PML-N Sindh when he came out of the helipad. Workers standing on both sides of the road threw flower-petals on the vehicle of Chief Minister Punjab.
Thousands of youth standing in the way made footage of his arrival with the help of their mobiles and chanted slogans. The Chief Minister replied their slogans by waiving his hands. A large number of women in traditional Sindhi clothes were present to welcome the Chief Minister Punjab. Chief Minister while addressing the meeting said that Sindh is our motherland whereas Punjab, KPK and Balochistan are brothers and we all have to live together.
When Chief Minister asked the participants of the public meeting that will they support Nawaz Sharif, the whole crowed replied in unison by raising their hands. While addressing the public meeting, Provincial President PML-N Sindh Shah Muhammad Shah termed Imran Khan and Zardari as brothers.
Chief Minister delivered his speech in Sindhi and Urdu languages. Shehbaz Sharif while calling Zardari recited this couplet; Aaj Sindh Main Yeh Hall Hey…..Sirf Zardari Khushal Hey Panjay Garhe Zardari Hey……Mahroom Bohat Matiari Hey. In response, the whole crowd resonated with enthusiastic slogans. Flags of PML-N were unfurling on all sides of meeting place.
Earlier, the Chief Minister reached Shah House and met with Senator PML-N Sindh Asad Junajo, Member Provincial Assembly Soorat Theu, Shafi Jamot, Dr. Sham Sundar, Syed Ayaz Shah Sherazi, Qamar Raj Par, Sundar Lal and other PML-N leaders. Leaders of PML-N presented various suggestions and proposals on the occasion.
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Directorate General Public Relations, Punjab (DGPR)
Government of the Punjab
21-Mahmood Gaznavi Road (Abbot Road), Lahore, Pakistan