Wednesday , January 17 2018

PML-N legally elected Nawaz Sharif as President with support across Pakistan: Shahbaz Sharif

Islamabad: Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif on Tuesday said Pakistan Muslim League(N) has elected Nawaz Sharif as its party President with support from leadership of all provinces and legislation in National Assembly and Senate.

Shahbaz Sharif made these remarks while addressing the meeting of Central General Council of Pakistan Muslim League(N), has said that despite all the difficulties, with the legislative power of Senate and National Assembly, Nawaz Sharif became the President of PMLN. The opposition parties opposed the change in election law but they forgot that a dictator who ruled the country for nine years had created this law, he added. He said Pakistan Muslim League(N) legally appointed its President.

underscoring the fulfillmentv of promises to end energy shortages which were plaguing the country for last 15 years, our government managed to end the crisis despite  lockdowns and sit ins,  adding the sit ins damaged the country’s economy at large. We ensured transparency in the power projects, he maintained.

While talking on the development projects he said Rs 100 billion were allocated for Diamer Bhasha dam and work was started on Dasu dam, CPEC project and Peshawar to Karachi motorway.

He criticised delay of 18 years in Neelum Jhelum project and said expensive rental power projects of the previous government resulted in loss of billions of rupees. He said Imran Khan failed to produce electricity in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

The CM said Punjab government adopted an effective strategy to control disease of dengue, while Imran Khan refused to come down from Nathia Gali when Khyber Pakhtunkhwa was afflicted by dengue this year. He said billions of rupees were saved in the development projects completed in record time by the government.

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