Those wishing to come to Punjab should handle Sindh first, Shahbaz slams PPP

27 Mar, 2017 6:26 pm

LAHORE (92 News) – Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif criticized the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) on Monday, saying those talking about coming to Punjab need to handle Sindh first.

 

He urged the PPP to bring back the lights of Karachi and clean its garbage.

 

He said that those looting the national exchequer should strictly be held accountable.

 

“The people looting the money of the nation are dishonest,” he said.

 


Earlier, the Punjab CM inaugurated Rescue Services Academy in Lahore.

 

Speaking on the occasion, he said that nations emerge through better management of resources.

 

Sharif added that rescue services have played an important role during natural calamities and their training is not less than any developed country.




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