LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister, Shahbaz Sharif has directed that transparency and quality construction should be ensured at all cost during the execution of development projects in the province, says a handout on Sunday He said that strict legal action would be taken against those involved in corruption in development schemes. He disclosed that Parks and Horticulture Authority Lahore and PHA Rawalpindi would jointly implement the projects after comprehensive planning for providing best facilities to the tourists and restoration of natural beauty of Murree, an important tourists place of the country . He was presiding over a special meeting held with regard to review the on-going development schemes in Murree. Commissioner Rawalpindi Division, senior officials of national construction departments, administrative officers of Rawalpindi and Murree and representative officers of NI-.lC and FWO attended the meeting. Shahbaz Sharif said that provision of modem facilities would be ensured for tourists in Murree. He directed Rawalpindi and Murree administrations to set up a parking place near Dhobi Ghat and also identify places for parking in other areas of Murree. He said that keeping in view the increasing number of tourists in Murree in coming days, tourists will be brought to Murree from parking places by cable car, soft wheel train and CN coasters which is essential for the beauty and environment of this hill town. Chief Minister directed the concerned authorities to ensure cleanliness by removing garbage and debris within a week in Murree and regular attention be paid to it. He directed to immediately set right the substandard construction work in PIA park and Bagh-e-Shaheedan and new tiles should be fixed in place of substandard tiles. He further said that immediate steps should be taken for changing the required equipment of Patriata Chair lift. Chief Minister also issued instructions for installing weighing bridge for trucks at 17km on Old Murree Road so that the trucks carrying more than the approved load could be checked. Chief Minister also issued orders for construction of Lawrence College Road from Bansara Gali to Shawala and .Lower Topa to Patriata Road. He said that despite ban, strict administrative action would be taken against the officers giving permission of CNG stations and their construction, after enquiry report.