KHANEWAL/OKARA - PML-N leaders separately said that only their party leadership could steer the country out of crises and rid her of corruption.

Addressing a meeting in Makhdoompur, former transport minister Haji Irfan Ahmed Khan Daha said that Pakistan was passing through a critical situation. He said that during the last five years, the PPP-led government brought nothing except darkness in the life of the people. Due to electricity and gas loadshedding, the investors and industrialists have been forced to leave the country while the jobless workers are forced to commit suicide, he said. Pakistan’s foreign debt has increased by several hundred times, he said and added that only his party could put the country on the path to prosperity.

Candidate for PP-215 constituency Chaudhry Fazalur Rehman said after success in elections, his party would change the police culture and politics of revenge. Advocate Muhammad Nasir Bhatti, Dr Rubina Nasir Bhatti and former Nazim Makhdoompur Dr Mahboob Alam among hundreds of personalities announced their decision to join the PML-N.

On the occasion, Aamir Saeed, the chairman of Health Committee, Ashraf Ansari, Advocate Rana Kashif, Muneeb Khan, Ikram Khilji were also present. Earlier, Haji Irfan, Muhammad Khan and Fazalur Rahman were accorded a warm welcome.

During a ceremony held in Okara, MPA Yawar Zaman said awarded ownership rights’ deeds to the residents of Katchi Abadies. They on the occasion said that Chief Minister Shshbaz Sharif had set an example of the poor-friendly spirit.

Addressing the participants, Assistant Commissioner Rana Hameed, Usman Nawaz and other speakers said that the Punjab government had soft corner for the people of Punjab. They said that ownership rights awarding was the result of special efforts of the PML-N. In the forthcoming general elections, the PML-N will succeed through public votes, they said.

The AC said 3,952 people from Chak 27/4.L Shahbore, 40 A/4.L Gogera, Uthwal Jagir, 9/L and 15/1R have been given ownership letters. She said these letters were given after door-to-door scrutiny.

PATWARI BOOKED: On the orders of the director of Anti-Corruption Sahiwal, Deputy Director Okara Abdul Ghafoor registered a case against Zulifqar Ali Patwari of Chak Kamboh Tehsil, Depalpur for taking a bribe. The deputy director has urged the people to point out the corrupt so that a stern action could be taken against them.