LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif visited Darul Shafqat Lahore and distributed Eid gifts among the orphans. President Anjuman Hamayat-e-Islam Justice (R) Manzoor Hussain Sial, Senior Vice President Justice (R) Dr Javed Iqbal and members National Assembly were also present on the occasion. On the occasion, the chief minister said it was very important for him to spend some moments with orphans on the happy occasion of Eid. He appreciated management of Darul Shafqat for looking after the children and said they were earning the blessings of Allah Almighty by this act. He said children at Darul Shafqat were no less important than the other children and have an equal right on national resources. The chief minister also announced the Punjab government would bear all educational expenses of the talented students of Darul Shafqat. He said the nation had high expectations of its new generation. He said 63 years had elapsed but the mission of transforming Pakistan in the light of the ideals of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Muhammad Iqbal have still not been achieved and there is a need to hard work for this purpose. He said the Punjab government would take all possible measures for ensuring a bright future for the youth. Later, he distributed Eid gifts among the children.