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LAW & ORDERS AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS ARE REVIEWED IN THE MEETING

LAW & ORDERS AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS ARE REVIEWED IN THE MEETINGA high-level meeting was held by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Governor House Punjab. Muhammad Rafiq Rajwana (Governor Punjab), Mian Shahbaz Sharif (Chief Minister Punjab), Ch Nisar Ali Khan (Interior minister of the State) and other Ministers were there.

In meeting a brief case study was done about to the Prime Minister’s Sustainable Development Program.

With the completion of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG,s) masses living standard will improve. It is a trickle-down effect which shows the progress of our government and it is my aim to give the sustainable living style for my nation. (PM Sharif)

Our Government has major priorities which are the main keys to any nation for its development. We have established the new schools and have completed the missing facilities in schools. Many schools still missing for its completion but it’s my promise to the nation that I will do it in any condition because education is the key factor for any nation and one day my dream will do that each child of my country will go to school with its zeal & zest.

He also said electricity is also the main issue which Pakistani are facing and suffering from it. We have completed our major work on electricity. Main lines of supplies are re-constricting for the consistency of the electricity. One small Dam is near to its completion and Ghazi Barotha is on working.

PM Sharif also said to improve the condition of medical centers especially District Head Quarters (DHQ,s), Tehsil Head Quarters (THQ,s), and also rehabilitate the Basic Health Units (BHU,s). Medicines should easily provide to each patient and no one should die for the lack of medicines.

At the end of the meeting, PM discussed the whole situation of law & order and security perspective. Ch Nisar (Interior Minister) was praised about the overall satisfies situation.

CM Punjab also was praised for his rapid progressive work.

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