LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif has said that the inefficient rulers are looting the national wealth through corruption and the corrupt people do not have courage to listen to the criticism asking them to bring the looted money back to country. He was addressing the inaugural ceremony of the project of Multan Road here today. Elected representatives, Incharge of National Logistic Cell, Chairman Planning and Development, Secretary Communication and Works and a large number of people were also present on this occasion. Commissioner Lahore Jawad Rafiq Malik briefed the chief minister regarding Multan Road project. Addressing the function, Shahbaz said if the rulers do not refrain from plundering, do not accept the decisions of the judiciary, 180 million people of the country will hold them accountable and every square of the country will become a Tahrir Square of Egypt for them. He said he will talk about corruption thousand times and will not hesitate to sacrifice his life for purging Pakistan of corruption. He said best traveling facilities will be available to the masses due to completion of project of Multan Road and traffic flow will also improve. Shahbaz said the project of Multan Road worth billions of rupees was almost complete. However, there was some delay in completion of this project which is against his agenda, he added. He said all resources were utilised in war against dengue and added that the role played by elected representatives, bureaucrats, experts, doctors, nurses and paramedical staff will be remembered forever. Shahbaz said Punjab government has established (PES PAK) for early and timely completion of development projects and now there will be no delay in getting the design of the projects approved. Later, chief minister inaugurated the project of Multan Road and inspected this project completed up to Scheme Morr. Agencies add: Shahbaz said that rampant corruption, poverty and unemployment will turn the country into Tahrir Square and the people will be picketing those stashing away looted wealth in Switzerland. He said the rulers are promoting the culture of corruption. Shahbaz said the courts are telling that their rulings are not being implemented. He said the people will be ringing the necks of those sending country's looted wealth to Switzerland and the thieves and robbers will be dragged in the streets.