PM urges ‘patience’ to opponents, even after 2018 polls
Addressing a ceremony in Quetta, PM Sharif said his government had no corruption charges against it. “ How the country will progress if sit-ins and law & order situations continue to surface,” he asked.
He stated that some elements were trying create crisis on pretext of
We are workking hard so that mafia does not play with national interest, he added.
PM Sharif said Pakistan was now making a name in transparency when it comes to development projects. He repeated that electricity and gas loadshedding will end by 2018.
‘Judicial Commission to make facts clear’
Regarding Panama Papers, the premier said he had formed a judicial commission which would clarify everything.
He said no country with politics of agitation and dharas attract investment.
Sharif underlined that his government was constructing motorways, saying none of the previous governments took this initiative.
He also announced to give health cards to 76,000 families in the province. Everyone with low income will get those cards, he mentioned.