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Govt committed to public service: Shahbaz
 
 
 
Govt committed to public service: Shahbaz

LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that the PML-N government is implementing an exemplary agenda of public service and every effort is being made to resolve problems of the country.
The chief minister was talking to assembly members of various districts who met him, here on Monday. He said that national resources are being spent only on the welfare and betterment of the masses.
He said that while the government is serving the masses sincerely, some political elements are involved only in the politics of confusion and chaos. He said that these elements are worried over the process of progress and prosperity of the country and the speedy and sincere efforts being made towards implementation of power generation projects.
Shahbaz said that work on three mega projects will be started within next few days.
He said that besides laying of foundation stone of Ruyi Masood Textile Park in Faisalabad, two coal power projects of 150 megawatts will also be set up. Similarly, he said, foundation stone of two most modern coal-based energy projects of 660 megawatts will be laid in Sahiwal this month.
The chief minister said that Nandipur Power Project is also being inaugurated during the current month which will produce 100 megawatts electricity. He said that completion of Nandipur Power Project within a short period of seven months is a result of best team work and commitment.
Shahbaz said that every effort of the government is aimed at progress and prosperity of the masses and even its worst opponents cannot accuse federal or Punjab governments of corruption. He said that 18 crore people of Pakistan know who is serving them selflessly and who is engaged in negative politics.

 
 
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