LAHORE - Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has said that the resolution adopted by the Punjab Assembly on Tuesday reflects the true sentiments of the leadership and workers of PML-N. In a Press statement, the CM while congratulating the Assembly members and media men over the passage of resolution said that the people expected from them that they always maintain the same spirit of mutual understanding and harmony. He said that there was need for promoting the culture of tolerance and restraint for safeguarding the democratic system and democracy in the country. He said that the joint struggle of PML-N and media against the undemocratic forces spanned over many decades and they would continue their efforts in this regard in future as well. Shahbaz said that the PML-N fully realized that it was not possible to rid the country of the dictator and his cronies without an independent media. He further said that the sacrifices made by journalists for the revival of democracy and restoration of judiciary were a golden chapter of the countrys history. He said that it was unfortunate that some elements tried to gain political mileage from the recent issue, but they had to face disappointment, as the media men as well as the entire nation was fully aware of the shameful role of these elements against the media during the dictatorial regime of Musharraf. Youth Employment Fund being set up for unemployed youth Provincial Minister for Revenue and Relief Haji Muhammad Ishaq has said that the Punjab government is working on war-footings to eradicate unemployment in the province. He said that unemployment had become a serious problem badly effecting youth of the country. He said that the government was setting up a Punjab Youth Employment Fund which would greatly help keep the youth away from extremism. He expressed these views during a meeting with students of different universities here on Tuesday. The Minister said that due to unemployment sense of deprivation and uncertainty was rising among the youth, adding that addressing these negative trends was the prime need of the hour therefore, this fund had been established. He further stated that the government would provide funds to the educated and capable youth according to their needs for employment. CDG throws away adulterated milk Team of Food Department of City District Government has poured out about 600 litre adulterated and unhygienic milk on Tuesday at various pickets, set up by the department at all the entry points of the city. The food squad, headed by District Officer Dr Masood Ashraf, set up pickets in various areas of the city including Thokar Niaz Baig, Sherakot and Ferozpur Road and checked the milk quality. The officials also got 80 samples of milk and sent to the food laboratory for examinations.