Lahore:Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that Ali Baba & Forty Thieves have ruined the country and Zardari wearing a suit and sitting in bunker is ridiculing the 18 crore people of country. He said that lakhs of people have been deprived of their livelihood by rendering them jobless and the chimneys of industries have stopped emitting smoke. He said that export of Pakistan was destroyed and a loss of 400 billion rupees was caused only to the economy of Punjab.
Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif attended a big protest demonstration against the worst load-shedding in Sahiwal today and addressed the citizens. Provincial Minister for Ushr & Zakat Malik Nadim Kamran, Senator Pervaiz Rashid, Member Provincial Assembly Zaeem Qadri, Pir Ehsan ul Haq Idrees, Muhammad Arshad Khan Lodhi, Khizar Hayat Shah Kahga, Muhammad Tufail Jutt, Arshad Malik, Naveed Lodhi, Haji Taj Din Ansari, Javed Rasool and other workers were also present on the occasion.
The Chief Minister said that till such time the electricity in the palaces of Ali Baba & Forty Thieves will not be switched off, load-shedding will not come to an end. He said that time has come that the rulers should be removed by supporting Nawaz Sharif. He said that those sitting in the air-conditioned offices of Islamabad ridicule the poor, orphans and widows of Sahiwal, Chichawatni and Harapa. He said that Ali Baba & Forty Thieves have rendered lakhs of people jobless.
The Chief Minister said that people will wear black bands until the thieves are held accountable. Shahbaz Sharif said that he has set up his tent office at Minar-e-Pakistan and told Ali Baba & Forty Thieves that until the money of the people is returned from Switzerland, looted money from Hujaj, banks and steel mills is recovered, the issue of electricity will not be resolved. He said that only solution to the problem of electricity is “Zardari ko bhagao aur bijli wapis lao” (oust Zardari and bring back electricity). Shahbaz Sharif said that PML-N under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif will stand with the people and we will not leave the people of Pakistan alone till our last breath. While addressing the people, Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif recited the poem with rhydhm “Mein Nahin Manta” which was liked by the audience very much. Earlier, on his arrival at Saddar Chowk, hundreds of people welcomed the Chief Minister by raising slogans enthusiastically upon which Shahbaz Sharif responded by waiving his hand.