RAWALPINDI - Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif has said that PML-N government will introduce a rapid transit system in Rawalpindi if the people voted it to power again in the upcoming general elections.He said that new traffic system worth Rs 30 billion had also been launched in Lahore that was lessening the difficulties of commuters. The CM said this while addressing a gathering at Government Girls Degree College, Kohinoor Mill, after inaugurating several development projects at Peshawar Road.These projects included the construction of Pirwadhai Flyover with cost of Rs 1.4 billion and widening of one-kilometer long road at Chuher Chowk. The Pirwadhai Flyover would be completed within five months.The prominent in the huge gathering were PML-N MNAs Hanif Abbasi and Malik Abrar Ahmed, Malik Iftikhar Ahmed, Sheryar Riaz, Zia Ullah Shah, Chaudhry Sarfraz Afzal, local leaders, and PML-N women wing office-bearers.While addressing the gathering, Sharif said that Punjab government had been taking every possible step to provide maximum facilities to the masses. He said that Pirwadhai Flyover and the widening of Chuher Road would solve the traffic problems on the busiest Peshawar Road in the days to come. Once again, blasting the PPP rulers, particularly President Asif Ali Zardari, the CM said that gang of looters headed by ‘Zar-Baba’ had been sucking the blood of poor people of Pakistan. He said that the PPP-led government had set a new record of corruption with looting public kitty with both hands. He urged the masses to elect President PML-N Mian Nawaz Sharif in the upcoming general elections if they wanted to get back the plundered money.Sharif, while criticising the PML-Q leadership for advertising some mega projects not completed by his government in Punjab, said the PML-Q swallowed huge amount from Punjab Bank in the past and now with the help of PPP had made money from fertilizer sector.Meanwhile, scores of relatives of Dhoke Syedan blast victims held a demonstration at Qasim Market at Peshawar Road against Punjab CM Shahbaz Sharif for not visiting their area to condole the death of their beloved ones.The protestors, carrying bamboo sticks and placards, also set a blaze the tyres in the middle of the road, closing it for vehicular movement, triggering a massive traffic block, posing hardships for commuters. They also chanted slogans against Punjab government.