Lahore: PPP ticket-holder from PP-204 Shujaabad, Khurram Khan Khakwani, Naib Tehsil Nazim Vehari Amir Khan Khakwani, and former MPA from Vehari Zargham Khan called on Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif at Model Town and expressed complete confidence in the leadership of President Pakistan Muslim League-N Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and joined PML-N unconditionally.
Welcoming the PPP leaders in PML-N Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif said that PML-N is the most popular party of the country and its popularity increasing day by day. He said that PML-N is the only political party which can steer the country out of crisis. He said that Punjab government has taken various measures for the welfare of the people and it has come up to the expectations of the masses. He said that respect and dignity of the new entrants into the party will be ensured and they will be taken along in the service of the masses. He said that PPP is facing political isolation due to wrong policies of Zardari gang and the incompetent rulers have pushed the country into darkness and quagmire of problems.
The new entrants into PML-N strongly criticized anti-people polices of PPP and said that PPP government has done nothing for the betterment of the masses and that is why PPP leaders and workers are fed up with their inefficient leadership. They said that they had joined PML-N unconditionally. They said that Punjab government of PML-N led by Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has shown exemplary performance and launching of metro bus service in Lahore is a big achievement of the Chief Minister. They said that metro bus service is providing modern, comfortable and affordable transport facilities to the citizens. They said that by serving the people with honesty, sincerity and spirit of patriotism the Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has proved that every target can be achieved with commitment and determination. They said they will work side by side Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif to resolve the problems being faced by the country.