20 crore people achieve victory today, says Shehbaz

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LAHORE, Nov 02 (APP): Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz
Sharif on Tuesday said that twenty crore people of Pakistan had
achieved victory today.
He said there had been no justification of protest after
the case regarding Panama Leaks was subjudice in Supreme
Court.
He said people of Pakistan wanted progress and prosperity
of the country and resolution of their problems. “PML-N leadership
is fully capable to bring the country out of problems,” he added.
Talking to a delegation of Muslim League-N, Shehbaz Sharif
said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz
Sharif, national economy had been set on strong foundations.
“Economic development is indispensable for achieving a respectable
place in the comity of nations,” he added.
The Chief Minister said economy had improved due to solid
economic policies of the PML-N government and international
institutions were also acknowledging improvement of national
economy.
He said darkness would be removed from the country with
the completion of ongoing power projects at cost of billions
of rupees. He said, today, country was making rapid progress
and Pakistan’s economy was being included in emerging economies
of the world. He said CPEC would leave a positive impact on not
only the development of Pakistan but the entire region, as well unemployment would be eliminated, energy crisis would be
overcome and the country would move ahead speedily.
Shehbaz Sharif said sit-in politics caused a huge loss to
national economy in 2014. He said decisions were not taken on
roads but the parliament and constitutional institutions in
democracy. He said negative politics was poisonous and
tantamount to ruining the country at a time when it was making
speedy progress. He said, “Current situation demands that we
should work jointly for the progress of the country.”
The Chief Minister said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had
already expressed confidence over the hearing of the case in
Supreme Court. The Prime Minister had also taken a bold
decision of not taking support of any technical and legal
aspect of the case but despite this, the attitude of some
political elements insisting on sit-in was inconceivable.
He said Muslim League-N had always respected the
decisions of the judiciary. He said present situation demanded
forgetting differences and resolving the problems amicably.