LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has announced setting up of a technical college, up-gradation of a middle school to high school level and immediate construction of its boundary wall, development of a park for the provision of recreational facilities and projects of drainage and water supply in Bagrian, Green Town. He said that the High Court will be apprised of the unanimous view of the people especially students regarding the disputed road in the Elementary School so that academic activities of the students should not be disturbed. The CM said this during his 7-hour long visit to different areas of the provincial metropolis on Sunday. He started his visit from Shalimar Interchange and concluded it with the inspection of horticulture at Millat Road. During his visit assembly members, Naseer Ahmed Bhutta, Zaeem Hussain Qadri, Commissioner and District Coordination Officer Lahore and other officers concerned accompanied the CM. When he reached at Government Elementary School Bagrian, Green Town, a large number of people of the area and students gathered on the occasion. The CM sought the views of the people and school children about the disputed road passing through the school. The people gave different views but the students unanimously demanded closure of the road as it was disturbing their studies and could also result in an accident. When the CM asked a student of 5th grade, Khawar about the road he replied innocently that during the play, their ball goes to other side of the road and while crossing the road an accident could occur. The Chief Minister agreed to the child and said their unanimous view has proved that the road was hindering their studies. He said that the standpoint of the children would be conveyed to the High Court regarding the stay order about the road. Addressing the people on the occasion, the CM said that he took notice of the issue of the disputed road from a programme telecast on a private TV channel and immediately sought a report in this regard. He said that he has come to the area to gain firsthand knowledge about the matter so that decision could be made in the light of the views of the residents of the area. He said that the opinion of the students regarding the disputed road was most authentic and govt will represent their viewpoint in the High Court. He said that the new generation is the asset of the country and its education and training on proper lines is a collective responsibility. He further said that PML(N) government under the leadership of Mian Nawaz Sharif was engaged in servicing the people and all out efforts were being made for the provision of basic facilities to the masses. He said that people know well the performance of the governments especially the Punjab government under the dictatorial rule for the last ten years. He said that resources of the province were looted ruthlessly during this period otherwise poverty, unemployment, injustices and price hike would not have been so rampant. He said that while coming to Bagrian he had personally observed the backwardness of the area and the pathetic condition of basic facilities including the drainage system. He said that the Punjab government is utilizing maximum resources on the welfare and special attention is being paid to the development of backward areas. He further said that a network of roads and bridges was being laid in the province and the standard of the new the projects reflects that every penny of public money is being utilized honestly. He directed the DCO to take measures for immediate launching of the projects announced for Bagrian and said that he will again visit the area. While visiting Shalimar Interchange he inspected the finished work of Mughalpura flyover and underpasses. The CM said that modern infrastructure was of vital importance for rapid development of the country therefore, government is attaching top priority to develop this sector. He said that in addition to flyovers, underpasses and new roads, the existing roads are being repaired and widened. He said that Ring Road Package 6 and Sagian and Shalimar Interchange projects had been completed in a record period of time. The traffic on both sides of the road continued uninterruptedly and the people passing near the Chief Minister waved to him. The CM also visited Shalimar Trust Hospital and distributed cash among under-treatment children.