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Sardar Awais Leghari and Ijaz ul Haq calls on CM Punjab

Lahore : Sardar Awais Leghari Member National Assembly met with Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, here today.

During the meeting, different matters including political issues and programs relating to public welfare and prosperity of southern Punjab came under discussion.

On the occasion, Chief Minister said that the elements impeding the development of the country are not loyal to the nation.

The Chief Minister said that PML-N government will continue to provide every sort of resources for the development and prosperity of people of southern Punjab.

Ijaz-ul-Haq Member National Assembly called on Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, here today. Different matters of mutual interest and political situation of the country were discussed in the meeting.

Talking on the occasion, Chief Minister said that the elements indulged in negative politics at the cost of public welfare and development of the country is doing enmity with the country. The sit-in party conspired during the last four years to obstruct the speedy journey of development and prosperity but with the grace of Allah Almighty and public support, all these conspiracies have remained badly unsuccessful.

He said that the elements indulged in negative politics of agitation and chaos are in fact afraid of development in the country and the enemies of welfare and prosperity also intend to create hurdle in the gigantic CPEC project.

He said that chaos in the name of changing destiny of the country is against national interest and the conscious people of Pakistan have not become part of negative agenda of these political elements nor will they ever be. He said that the government has achieved wonderful successes in every sector during the last four years under the leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and the country is more economically stable, peaceful and secure as compared to 2013.

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