LAHORE Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said four units of Pakistan are like a body, and we have to share our joys, grief and resources with each other. Pakistan will make progress only when its four provinces will be prosperous. We will continue playing our role for Balochistan development and prosperity, he promised here on Wednesday, while talking to a delegation of Balochistan women parliamentarians, who were led by Prosecution Minister Balochistan Raheela Hameed Khan Durrani. Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Minister Law Rana Sanaullah Khan, Minister Education Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman, Chief Secretary Nasir Mehmood Khan Khosa, Advisor Zakiya Shahnawaz and women assembly members Punjab were also present. The CM announced that whenever any member of Balochistan Assembly would visit Punjab, he would be treated as official guest, and two kanal land for construction of Balochistan House in Lahore. While welcoming the Balochistan women parliamentarians, the CM said a new era of prosperity of Balochistan would usher in by utilising these reserves, and promotion of national solidarity was need of the hour for resolution of problems of Pakistan. Punjab played the role of equal brother instead of elder brother in unanimous approval of the NFC Award, he said, adding that the Punjab government was establishing the most modern cardiology hospital in Quetta whereas students of Balochistan were given admission in the prestigious institutions of Punjab, and their seats were increased substantially. Raheela Durrani thanked the CM for supporting Balochistan in the NFC Award, and observed that Pakistan was passing through a critical juncture, and all would have to make joint efforts for maintaining peace and national solidarity. She said the purpose of visit was to promote national solidarity among the provinces and contacts with the parliamentarians of other provinces, and the first invitation was from Punjab. The delegated appreciated Chief Secretary Nasir Mahmood Khan Khosa for his services during his posting in Balochistan. Earlier, the delegation visited Mazar of Allama Muhammad Iqbal. The members laid floral wreath on Mazar-e-Iqbal, offered Fateha and wrote their impressions in the visitors book. Talking to media, Raheela Durrani said the purpose of the tour was to enhance mutual contacts and harmony among women assembly members of Balochistan and Punjab, and invitation to women of other assemblies would be extended to visit Balochistan. The delegation visited Badshahi Mosque, Quran Mahal, Lahore Fort and Minar-e-Pakistan. Later, MPA Nawabzada Syed Shams Haider hosted a luncheon in honour of the delegation at his residence. Senior Provincial Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, MPAs Colonel (retd) Shuja Khanzada, Dr Asad Ashraf, Ch Ijaz Khan, Shahzadi Tiwana, Arifa Khalid and Nazia Raheel were also present on this occasion.