Shehbaz says will have to bow down before NAB
MUZAFFARGARH: PML-N president and Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif says the National Accountability Bureau is a big institution and that they will have to bow down before it.
He was speaking at an inauguration ceremony of the expansion work of Recep Tayyip Erdogan Hospital at Muzaffargard.
“The NAB summoned me. It can call me again if it desires so,” he said.
Shehbaz said the nations that implement their laws make progress.
Highlighting the PML-N government performance at the Centre and Punjab, he said asked the participants to assess performance of his and that of other provincial governments.
The chief minister said a revolution has been brought in health sector in Punjab. He added the PML-N government overcame the power crisis by installing power projects of thousands of megawatt.
He announced the CT scan facility will provided free of cost and its cost would be borne by the provincial government for provision of quality medical facilities to the poor people of the area.
Shehbaz praised Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for providing financial assistance for the establishment of this modern hospital after devastating floods which had played havoc in the area.
He said more than ninety billion rupees have been spent on construction of new roads under Punjab Chief Minister Rural Road Programme during the last five years.