MUZAFFARGARH - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif visited Muzaffargarh district for inauguration of his first model village in Meeran Mullan on Tuesday. Model village of Meeran Mullan is located in Khangarh tehsil of Muzaffargarh. Addressing the people, the chief minister said that some elements were calling army for revolution who according to him, were remnants of dictator Pervez Musharraf. He said the Punjab government with the coordination of PDMA selected eight model villages in Muzaffargarh to end poverty. He said when PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif was prime minister, his government took strict action against terrorists and cleansed the areas. He said Musharraf committed many mistakes and now when he is out of country, his remnants are chanting the slogans of revolution. He said he visited Muzaffargarh many times during floods. He said it was his dream to compensate the affected people. He said like Meeran Mullan model village, there would be 22 model villages in flooded-hit districts. He thanked Arab states and Turkish government and their people who helped Pakistan. He said the Punjab government had launched Daanish school system for the brilliant students. The CM praised DCO Tahir Khursheed and district administration for working day and day out to complete the project. He also visited schools, live stock shed, and dispensary and library and Shahbaz Sharif Park in the area.