ISLAMABAD - Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar on Tuesday shared his reservations with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for linking him with different controversies, including 'London plan' by some of the PML-N members.

Ghulam Sarwar, in his meeting, assured his loyalty to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and expressed his willingness to work for development of the province.

"The governor, who also met CM Punjab Shahbaz Sharif other day, asked the prime minister that he wanted to tender resignation due to lot of criticism on him," said sources.

The prime minister, in a bid to convince him to continue work as governor Punjab, addressed some of his reservations. Sources that the PM further asked him to monitor the performance of federal organisations in Punjab.

Meanwhile, a press release issued from the PM House said that both leaders discussed prevailing political situation in the country during the meeting.

In another development, members National Assembly Sajid Mehdi, Muhammad Khan Daha and Chaudhry Mahmood Bashir Virk called on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad. They discussed matters pertaining to their constituencies and development schemes.

PM URGES PHILANTHROPISTS TO HELP VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that it is our moral as well as religious obligation to look after the visually impaired people and provide them all possible facilities and opportunities so that they can take part in normal activities of life.

"I am pleased to know that the Pakistan Association of the Blind is observing White Cane Day on October 15, 2014, throughout the country, aims to raise awareness about the access needs of people who are blind or have very low vision," said the prime minister in his message on 'White Cane Day'.

"We should enable them to play their equal and active role in educational, economic, and social aspects of life like other citizens of the country," he said, adding the Pakistan Association of the Blind is rendering valuable services in this respect for the last more than five decades.

He said, "We must appreciate the association for carrying this noble mission so zealously. The observance of White Cane Day every year reminds us of our responsibilities in this regard on one hand and creates awareness among the masses about problems of the blind on the other.

"On this occasion, I would like to call upon the philanthropists and other voluntary organisations to come forward and join hands with the Pakistan Association of the Blind to help alleviate the sufferings of this marginalised segment of society, enabling them to contribute to the development and progress of the nation," he added.