PML N govt striving hard to bring peace, stability in country: Nisar


RAWALPINDI, June 4 (APP): Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan Saturday said the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML N) government was striving hard to bring peace and stability in the country.

Addressing a public gathering here in UC 78, Dhoke Munshi, Chaklala Scheme III, the minister announced mega development projects worth Rs 2.5 billion, including 625 bed Children Hospital, Sport Complex, graveyard and other.

He said the Children Hospital would not only provide quality health services to the patients of the district but also for the entire Rawalpindi division.

The minister said all out efforts were being made to bring peace and tranquility in the country.The journey of development had started under the leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. The law and order situation had also improved considerably due to PML N government’s policies, he added.

He said everyone knew about the law and order that prevailed in the country three years ago. But now the situation had improved and the country had achieved stability and was moving forward on the path of development, he added.

The minister said the PML N government was following policies to eliminate power load shedding from the country. For the purpose, it had launched various projects.

He said just 24 hours ago, a verdict was given by a court of law in the Hajj corruption case. But the leaders of an opposition party were making hue and cry and levelling baseless corruption allegations against the PML N leadership.

They (opposition leaders) wanted to get maximum political mileage out of the Panama Papers leaks, he added.

The Terms of References (ToRs) being offered by the Opposition in relation to the Panama Leaks investigation could only be used for politicking but not for justice, he said.

He said the government had accepted all proposals of the opposition regarding the Panama Papers investigations with an open heart.

The opposition should avoid the politics of allegations as it was not in the interest of the country, he added.