LAHORE: Special Assistant to Prime Minister Irfan Siddiqui met Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, on Sunday.

Speaking on the occasion, the chief minister said that all out measures are being adopted for coping with the challenges of terrorism and shortage of energy. He said that projects worth billions of rupees for the provision of basic amenities to the common man are being completed speedily and transparently.

He said that compared to 2013, Pakistan of 2015 is more peaceful and economically strong. He said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the government of Pakistan Muslim League-N is paying special attention to the welfare of the people as it believes in serving the masses. He said that new records of public service will be set during next two and a half years.–Staff Reporter

The chief minister further said that enlightened people of Lahore have buried the allegations of so-called rigging by casting their votes in favour of PML-N candidate in NA-122. He said that the elements engaged in negative politics are not sincere to the country.

Shahbaz Sharif said that 18 crore people of Pakistan fully know who is serving them selflessly and who is engaged in politics of chaos. He said that politics of sit-ins has caused a huge loss to the country. He said that the conspiracy hatched against the progress of the country in the form of sit-ins last years has been exposed.

He said that the journey of progress and development has been started with new determination and commitment and the time lost due to sit-ins will be made up.