Leadership moving ahead with a clear roadmap: Hamza
Central leader of Pakistan Muslim League-N Hamza Shahbaz Sharif MNA said present leadership is moving ahead with a clear roadmap of economic development and resolution of people's problems. While addressing the meeting of party office-bearers in Lahore, Hamza said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is making efforts for the elimination of terrorism and load shedding. PML-N government is engaged in serving the people with full confidence and sincerity, he said.
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While stressing upon PML office-bearers and workers to take active part in the construction of the country, he said Pakistan has been facing leadership crisis in the past but presently it has sincere and hard working leadership like Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. He said the PML government is making efforts round the clock for economic development, elimination of loadshedding and overcoming terrorism.
Hamza said PML-N leadership believes in uniformed development of the province and work is expeditiously continuing on mega development projects throughout Punjab including Sialkot and Attock. He said resources spent by Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif are worth emulating for other provinces.
He said in addition to metro bus project for Lahore and other big cities for resolving transport problems, a Saaf Pani project is also being implemented for rural populace at a cost of Rs 10 billion. The PML-N leader further said provision of health, education, transport and other basic amenities to the people is the basic responsibility of the PML-N government. He said raising living standard of the people and ridding them of years' old civic and social problems is basic agenda of PML-N.
He said the government considers service to the people as a best form of politics, adding that PML workers and office-bearers are precious asset of the party and organisational office-bearers are our strength. He said he will visit all the districts to resolve the problems of the workers.