PML-N to continue selfless public service: Shehbaz Sharif

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LAHORE, Feb 1 (APP):Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif Thursday said performance of the person doing the politics of baseless allegations and falsehood was evident before the nation.
“Instead of serving the masses, these people have wasted time in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Now what face, the persons exhibiting worst performance in their province, will show to the people?” he added.
He said that people were fully aware and they had understood the agenda of elements engaged in falsehood and deceit because these people had already wasted the precious time of the nation with their agitations, lockdown and sit-ins.
He further said that they also created hurdles in the projects of public welfare.
Power and authority were the means of selfless service to the people and the liars should fully understand that people could not be served through baseless allegations, he said and added that sit-in group would have to be held accountable for wasting precious time of the nation and obstructing the public welfare projects.
He said that the conscious people of Pakistan would again reject such rejected-elements in the general elections, adding that elements doing baseless criticism on development projects of public importance were enemy of prosperity and progress of the people. He said the elements creating hurdles in development schemes, meant for the welfare of the masses, could not bear an end to deprivations of the impecunious strata.
The opponents of development projects did not want progress of the people and national development, he added.
The Chief Minister said that past rulers of Punjab had made graveyards of corruption in the name of development schemes during the era of dictatorship but the government of Pakistan Muslim League-N had transformed the graveyards of corruption into minarets of development.
“A handful of elements will continue to oppose the prosperity of the masses but we will continue the selfless journey of public service,” concluded the Chief Minister.