Pakistan is Moving Forward Rapidly as Zero Tolerance Policy has been adopted against corruption, intercession and nepotism: Shehbaz Sharif

Lahore, April 14, 2017 (PPI-OT):Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif has said that under the vigorous leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz, Pakistan is moving forward rapidly toward peace, hope and stability. Work is being carried out on energy projects round the clock and today’s Pakistan is more stable, prosperous and peaceful as compared to that of 2013, he added. The Chief Minister said that Pakistan has given improbable sacrifices against terrorism as this is the war of survival of Pakistan for which political and military leadership of the country is wholly devoted to its eradication. He expressed these views while talking to PML (N) Britain’s Senior Vice President Raja Zareef, who called on him, here today.

Shehbaz Sharif said that millions of Pakistanis settled abroad are ambassador of the country and Punjab Overseas Pakistanis Commission is playing an effective role to determine the issues of compatriots living abroad. He said that Punjab government is pursuing a policy of zero tolerance against intercession, nepotism, corruption and extortion by introducing merit policy at every front. He said that system in Pakistan is changing for best and Pakistan is moving forward and international organizations are its testimonies as well.

He vowed to make Pakistan a great country and drag it out of its issues under the clutch of Pakistan Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. Senior Vice President PML (N) United Kingdom Raja Zareef while speaking on the occasion said that millions of Pakistanis living abroad are supporters of the leadership of PML (N) as the Chief Minster has tackled their problems through Overseas Pakistanis Commission. Afzaal Bhatti Commissioner Overseas Pakistanis Commission Punjab was also present on the occasion.

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