LAHORE - Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has vowed to take the war against terrorism to its logical end.

“War against terrorism will be taken to its logical end and the elements involved in bloodshed of innocent Pakistanis will not escape justice,” the Chief Minister said while taking to the PML-N legislators here yesterday.

Shehbaz Sharif said that Pakistani nation has rendered supreme sacrifices in the war against terrorism and those who have killed innocent Pakistanis are finding no place to hide.

He said that a war is also being fought with commitment and determination against lawlessness, poverty and ignorance. Shehbaz Sharif said that cowardly activities of enemies of humanity cannot weaken the resolve of the nation to achieve its objectives. He said that those who have given sorrow and grief to the nation will be brought to justice.

The Chief Minister said that every Pakistani is grieved. He said that enemies of peace have displayed worst brutality by attacking a recreational place of peaceful Pakistanis. He said that those who targeted innocent people will have to account for the blood of the martyrs.

The Chief Minister said that the promise of giving a peaceful, safe and terrorism-free Pakistan to the new generation will be fulfilled and the war against terrorism and extremism will be continued till complete elimination of this menace.

He said that terrorism, sectarianism and hatred will be replaced with peace, love and tolerance. Shehbaz Sharif said that defeat and failure have become the fate of terrorists and they will be eradicated through mutual harmony. He said that the mission of making Pakistan a haven of peace and prosperity will be fulfilled and no effort will be spared for purging the country of terrorism.

UK MP meets CM: Member British Parliament Yasmin Qureshi met Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif, here yesterday.

She strongly condemned Park attack and expressed sympathies with the families of deceased. Speaking on the occasion, Shehbaz Sharif said that Gulshan Iqbal Park incident is a cowardly act.

He said that Pakistani nation is determined to root out terrorists and their facilitators. He said that there is no room for terrorism, extremism and sectarianism in the Pakistan of Quaid-i-Azam. Shehbaz Sharif said that it is the mission of the government to make the country a haven of peace, tolerance and restraint. He said that Gulshan Iqbal Park tragedy has once again united the nation for rooting out terrorism. He said that every effort will be made to stop bloodshed in Pakistan of Quaid-i-Azam. Member British Parliament Yasmin Qureshi assured full support to Punjab government and the people in this hour of grief and distress.