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Imran’s desire for PM resignation not to fulfill: Shahbaz

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LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Sunday said Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf would be exhausted demanding resignation from Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif but desire wont fulfill, ARY News reported.

“A child is insistent (for resignation),” he said while referring to Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto’s speech on Saturday.

Bilawal had demanded resignation from the PM on Saturday, for links with alleged offshore companies, and said his days were numbered. “Boat of your government is rocking. You (Nawaz) could not complete your constitutional tenure,” he had said.

Shahbaz Sharif censured Imran and Bilawal while addressing a special ceremony in connection with the International Labour Day in Lahore.

On this occasion, he also said he would go to the last extent against the people who got their debts written off.

He said complete elimination of child labour was the top priority of the provincial government.

The chief minister announced to raise monthly salary of labourer by Rs1000 and now every labourer would get Rs14000 salary from July 1 this year.

He said that Rs1000 would be provided to each child on monthly basis through Khidmat Card, who will leave brick kiln and enrol in the school.

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