KHANEWAL - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that the Punjab government and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) have embarked on a policy of self-reliance and they will never accept any type of donations, aid or financial assistance from anyone. No nation can progress and achieve its goals without achieving self-sufficiency, he said. The CM visited Mian Channu, Tulumba, Jahanian and Burewala on Friday and addressed to public meetings there. Our party always believed in national solidarity and we are committed to welfare of the poor and the underdog to realise the dreams of our great leaders Qauid Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Iqbal, the PML-N leader said. Shahbaz took on the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q), saying that his party believes in principals and never took to backdoor channels for ascendancy to power, but people of the Pakistan saw the true face of PML-Q leadership, who entered into a power-sharing deal with the party that was directly involved in the assassination of Ch Zahoor Elahi (an uncle of Ch Pervez Elahi). The CM strongly condemned drone attacks on innocent Pakistanis, saying it were proving counterproductive as the relatives of those killed in drone attacks were joining the ranks of the terrorists and becoming suicide bombers to take revenge. The chief minister announced a sewerage project, railway underpass and other development schemes in Tulumba and Kunda Sargana the constituencies of MPA Aamir Hayat Hiraj and MPA Ghulam Jaffar Sargana, both of whom were elected on the tickets of PML-Q but latter joined unification block of PML-Q. The CM said that Punjab government has allocated Rs 6 billion for Danish School system. He announced a grant of one million rupees for upgradation of Jahanian THQ hospital and 10-R canal, on the demand of Rao Saadat Ali Khan. In Mian Channu, Shahbaz inaugurated 7-KM-longGhulam Haider Wyne Shaheed Road. He was also to open Ghulam Haider Wyne Road, which would solve the chronic problem of traffic jams in the city. The CM also offered Fateh at the grave of Ghulam Haider Wyne. In Tulumba, he inaugurated the Government Girls Degree College which has been completed at a cost of 30.19 million rupees. The CM also laid foundation stone of Sub-divisional Public School building to be completed at a cost of Rs 10.4 million and the boundary wall of sports stadium, which would cost Rs 2.827 million. Shahbaz also held meetings with local party leaders including Majeeda Wyne, Haji Irfan Ahmad Khan Daha, Rao Saadat Ali, Nadeem Kamran, MPA Ghulam Jafffar Sargana and MPA Amir Hayat Hiraj. The CM reached Burewala on a helicopter at Quaid-e-Azam Stadium where PML-N leaders and workers accorded him a warm welcome. He opened the upgradation of THQ hospital that would cost of Rs 85 million. However, he returned without inspecting Delhi-Multan Road which has been reconstructed at a cost Rs 25 million, disappointing the party workers and local leaders.