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We will purge the national politics from rubbish:Shahbaz Sharif

Lahore: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that if the people of Pakistan expressed their confidence in the leadership of PML-N during the forthcoming general elections, we would purge the national politics from rubbish and waste, after coming into power. The Peoples Party and its allied political parties are completely submerged in corruption. He said national politics has been muddied by Ali Baba Forty Thieves, while he is prepared to take contract to cleanse the dirt in national politics. He said we have to make Pakistan into a country of Quaid-e-Azam and Allama Iqbal, and, if people gave their mandate, rubbish of corruption would be cleaned from the country. He said Inshahallh, the people would express their full confidence in PML-N, under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif in next generation elections. He said former Army Chief General (Retd.) Aslam Baig has clearly said that Nawaz Sharif was not given any money. He said what could be greater certificate than a clear statement of a former Army Chief, while the affidavit of a former ISI Chief, who broke his oath, has no importance.

The Chief Minister expressed these views, while talking to media representatives, after laying foundation stone of sanitary landfill site at Lakhodair today. He said as the government of PML-N will cleanse Lahore from rubbish and refuse, similarly, the national politics would also be cleansed. He said the modern sanitary landfill site is being established over 140 acre of land, on scientific basis in collaboration with Lahore Waste Management Company and Turkish Company ISTAC, at Lakhodair location, which will be a unique project of its kind. He said in the first phase, it would cost rupees 80 million for construction of basic infrastructure, while the project would be completed by February 2013. He said the construction of landfill site would be completed in six different phases, while in the next phase, 11 acre area would be turned into landfill, at a cost of rupees 7 billion. The Chief Minister said that plantation would be made around the landfill site and the environment would be made better by planting trees. Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif said that electricity would also be generated through the rubbish, while landfill site in other big cities would also be constructed so that the refuse can be disposed off in a scientific manner. He said it is first organized and formally planned project in the history of Pakistan under which through the usage of latest technology, rubbish refuse would be disposed off. He said this landfill site will have the capacity of disposing 2000 tons rubbish while a 3200 feet long boundary wall would also be constructed along the site. The Chief Minister was given a detailed briefing about the sanitary landfill site by the Managing Director of Lahore Sold Waste Management Company, Wasim Ajmal, who informed him about the various important aspects of the project. The Chief Minister directed Managing Director Lahore Solid Waste Management Company to expeditiously implement the project and the site be prepared keeping in view the needs of the future.

Later, the Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of the sanitary landfill site and offered dua. The Chief Minister also inaugurated the plantation campaign at the site by planting a sapling, alongwith offering dua. Speaker Punjab Assembly, Rana Muhammad Iqbal, Senator Pervaiz Rashid, Members Assembly Pervaiz Malik, Mehr Ishtiaq Ahmed, Kh. Salman Rafique, Ch. Shahbaz Ahmed, Rana Tajammal, Commissioner Lahore Division and other concerned were also present on the occasion.

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