Pb govt com­mit­ted to pro­mote trans­parency, says CM

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Pun­jab Chief Min­is­ter Shah­baz Sharif has said that Pun­jab gov­ern­ment of Mus­lim League Nawaz has im­ple­mented such de­vel­op­ment projects dur­ing the last four and a half years, which are of di­rect ben­e­fit to the com­mon man.

He said that pro­vin­cial gov­ern­ment has been suc­cess­ful in the eyes of the peo­ple and those crit­i­ciz­ing its projects are deny­ing ground re­al­i­ties. He said that if im­ple­men­ta­tion of pub­lic ser­vice projects is a crime, he will com­mit this crime again and again as no one can stop him from serv­ing the masses.

He ex­pressed these views dur­ing a meet­ing with assem­bly mem­bers and Mus­lim League-N of­fice-bear­ers from var­i­ous dis­tricts here Mon­day. De­vel­op­ment projects and party af­fairs were also dis­cussed on the oc­ca­sion. The Chief Min­is­ter said that he will live and die for the peo­ple of Pak­istan. He said that Pun­jab gov­ern­ment of PML-N has set records of pub­lic serv- ice and a new prece­dent has been set by pro­mot­ing good gov­er­nance and merit in the prov­ince. He said that in­ter­na­tional in­sti­tu­tions have de­clared Pun­jab as the most trans­par­ent and cor­rup­tion-free prov­ince. He said that such a Pak­istan will be built un­der the lead­er­ship of Pres­i­dent PML-N Nawaz Sharif as was en­vi­sioned by Quaid-e-Azam and Al­lama Iqbal. He said that masses will re­pose their full con­fi­dence in PML-N in the gen­eral elec­tions while the ouster of Zar Baba and Forty Thieves is only a mat­ter of time.

He said that the “gifts” of worst load­shed­ding, un­em­ploy­ment and law­less­ness given by Peo­ples Party and its al­lies dur­ing the last four and a half years, will prove to be pub­lic charge sheet against them. He said that al­lied par­ties are equally in­volved in loot and plun­der of the fed­eral gov­ern­ment and the peo­ple will com­pletely re­ject da­coits and thieves in the elec­tions. He said that pol­i­tics of cor­rup­tion and plun­der has ru­ined the coun­try.

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