Punjab CM terms PTI’s long march a conspiracy

LAHORE   –  Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz has termed the announcement of long march by PTI as a conspiracy against Pakistan saying that Imran

Khan and his followers were not sincere with the country. Hamza Shahbaz stressed that it was not a appropriate time for such a long march as the country was passing through multiple challenges, said a press release issued here.

The CM underscored that negative attitude in politics were detrimental for stability of the country. He maintained that those indulged in politics against national interests have to be stopped with the power of unity.  Hamza Shahbaz lamented that the same characters caused irreparable damage to the national economy through sit-ins and agitational politics in the past adding that decisions should not be made on the roads in the presence of a parliament.  The CM highlighted that the politics of stubbornness and obduracy of PTI has fully exposed their undemocratic demeanour adding that the nation will not allow anyone to spread anarchy in the country.

Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz has reiterated that the government would continue taking steps to provide relief to masses. He said their opponents were trying to create hurdles in the smooth functioning of the government, but they would not succeed in their designs. Addressing the joint parliamentary party meeting of the PML-N and its allies, he vowed to take along all allies in the journey of public service.

He said people would again vote the PML-N to power, keeping in view its performance. Hamza Shehbaz denounced the role of the Speaker Punjab Assembly, who was violating the Constitution despite being custodian of the House.  The CM underscored that serving masses and giving performance was an irrefutable track record of the PML-N and it would continue its tradition.

He said that the PTI government promised to provide employment to the youth, but they did nothing rather snatched jobs from people. The CM said that the government would restart free cancer medicines programme, adding that the government would also ensure provision of other medicines to patients.

CM takes notice of student kidnapping

Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz has taken notice of abduction of a female student from the area of Shadbagh and sought a report from CCPO Lahore.

He ordered for ensuring early and safe recovery of the student and bringing the accused to book.

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