LAHORE - Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Wednesday told a 5-member British Parliamentary delegation that Pakistan was fighting its own war against terrorism and the aim of national progress and prosperity cannot be achieved without elimination of this scourge. Talking to a 5-member British Parliamentary delegation led by Roger Gale, who called on him on Wednesday, he apprised the delegation of the war against terrorism, law and order in the province, training of police on modern lines, measures for uplift of education, health and other sectors and the powers delegated to the provinces under 18th constitutional amendment. Shahbaz said that in order to improve the efficiency of law enforcement agencies and maintenance of law and order, a security board has been established while a separate department has also been set up for curbing terrorism. He said that project of setting up of the most modern forensic lab of South Asia in Punjab was in the final stages of completion and this lab would be of great help in tracing out terrorists and elimination of crimes. The leader of delegation Roger Gale said that Britain and Pakistan have historical relations and the parliamentary delegation is on a visit of Pakistan to review measures for further cooperation with the country. The delegation also called on Speaker Punjab Assembly Rana Muhammad Iqbal Khan on Wednesday at assembly chambers. Iqbal said that Pakistan and UK enjoyed very cordial relations and their visit to Pakistan, would further enhance the ties. He said he highly valued the partnership of Pakistan Parliament with the Common Wealth Parliamentarian Association.