Published On:Friday, 6 May 2016
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PM flaunts successes, shams opponents

PM flaunts successes, shams opponents

SUKKUR - Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday compared the people pursuing the politics of agitation with ‘terrorists’ and said the nation has rejected the agenda of all those who were against Pakistan's development and progress.
Addressing a large gathering on the occasion of ground breaking of Sukkur-Multan Motorway, the prime minister said the nation wants an end to the menaces of poverty, unemployment, lack of health, education and other social sector problems. “We will continue to serve the masses selflessly with the same vigour, zeal and commitment,” he said, adding that “Pakistan would soon be part of the global economic powers.”
The prime minister said the politics of sit-ins had severely hindered the country's progress and prosperity. He said that the country lost a precious year due to the sit-ins that achieved nothing. He said the agenda of terrorists was to create disruption, chaos, law and order situation and push Pakistan back to the dark ages.
“A similar objective was being pursued by those who stage sit-ins, cause agitation and hinder country's march ahead. They wish to sabotage and divert attention of the government from development. The people of Pakistan have given us their mandate and with Allah's help, we will complete our tenure,” he said.
The prime minister said he wished that Leader of Opposition Syed Khurshid Shah was also present at this event. “We are building a bridge in your area, while you are demanding my resignation,” he said. “The opposition leader must understand the agenda and should not side with those who are against country's progress and development,” he said.
As part of his speech, the prime minister also said that he was proud that the Pakistan Muslim League-N always worked with complete transparency. He also mentioned that the former president Pervez Musharraf tried his best to dig out corruption of even a single penny against them, but failed to find. He said that Transparency International also endorsed this. Similarly other international agencies also spoke of improving economic indicators, lower corruption, increased productivity, he added.
He said that there has been considerable reduction in the duration of load shedding of electricity and there was more availability of natural gas. He said the electricity tariffs were decreased by 30 per cent, new industries were being set up and lots of economic activity was being generated.

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