Lahore: Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has said that the masses will vote for Nawaz Sharif and his party in the next general elections for saving the country and getting rid of corruption as they are fed up with the politics of loot and plunder of Ali Baba Forty Thieves and are also aware of the fact that the empty-headed new political mimics have nothing to offer to the people.
He was addressing a big public meeting after laying the foundation stones of Institute of Urology and Sixth Road Chowk Flyover on Murree Road and inaugurating Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology today. Member National Assembly Muhammad Hanif Abbasi also spoke on the occasion while Senators of Pakistan Muslim League-N from Rawalpindi, Members National and Provincial Assembly, Party office-bearers, workers and a large number of people were also present on the occasion. The Chief Minister said that the ruling gang of Ali Baba Forty Thieves in Islamabad has ruined the economy. He said that the masses will make the corrupt gang flee the country in the next elections. He said that Institute of Cardiology will be completed in Rawalpindi at a cost of three billion rupees while Sixth Road Flyover on Murree Road will be constructed at a cost of 1.10 billion rupees. Similarly, he said, Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology has been completed at cost of about three billion rupees where besides 265 beds, most modern facilities of cardiac treatment would be available. He said that besides people of Rawalpindi, those of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Khyber Pakhtunkhawa and Gilgit Baltistan will also benefit from these facilities. He said that in addition to mega projects, a number of other development schemes including construction of roads and schools have been executed in Rawalpindi at a cost of crores of rupees which is unprecedented. He said that Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology will be fully functional before the end of current year and maximum resources will be provided for this purpose.
Shahbaz Sharif further said that government is starting the second phase of laptop distribution in Punjab from next month under which one lakh laptops will be given to talented boy and girl students purely on merit at a cost of four billion rupees. He said that his government has executed all development projects in a transparent manner during last four years. He said that all efforts of the government including provision of relief to the people during Ramadan, helping the victims of flood and dengue, provision of air-conditioned buses in the province, setting up of Daanish schools, laptop distribution and other mega projects are aimed at public welfare. He said that if the masses want the Pakistan of the 90s, they should bring Nawaz Sharif into power as it was during this period that motorways were constructed, national economy was freed and strengthened, nuclear tests had been conducted and Pakistan’s currency was stabilized. He said that the new political mimics have no welfare programme for the people and these empty headed elements who leveled allegations against him during the outbreak of dengue, left the country on this occasion and went to London whereas he was with the people and striving against this disease in hospitals and on roads. He said that the new political mimics have not been able to visit even their native town Mianwali during flood whereas he and Nawaz Sharif visited the calamity-stricken people by overcoming all difficulties and extended them maximum help. He said that the forthcoming elections will be crucial for the country. He said that Pakistan Muslim League-N will root out corruption from Pakistan with the support of the people. He said that the people of Rawalpindi have won his heart by according him a splendid and unprecedented welcome.
Hanif Abbasi MNA in his address, said that all credit goes to Chief Minister Punjab for giving mega projects of billions of rupees to the citizens of Rawalpindi and he is Mohsin-e-Rawalpindi and Mohsin-e-Punjab. He said that the Chief Minister has taken a commendable step for the uplift of Rawalpindi by laying the foundation stone and inauguration of three mega projects in the city worth eight billion rupees. He said that such big projects have not been implemented in Rawalpindi in the 64 years’ history of the country as have been completed during the last four years and funds of more than 14 billion rupees have been provided for the welfare and betterment of the masses.