Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif addressed a public gathering in Khadian, district Kasur, where he expressed his confidence that PMLN’s supremo, Nawaz Sharif, would become the next prime minister.
He credited Nawaz Sharif with the accomplishment of steering the country out of the darkness of load shedding during his previous tenure.
During his speech, the prime minister highlighted the initiatives undertaken by the PML-N government, such as providing laptops to the youth, which aimed to empower and equip the younger generation with digital tools for their future.
PM Shehbaz also praised the historical significance of Pakistan’s atomic journey, which he stated began during the tenure of Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and reached fruition during Nawaz Sharif’s time as the prime minister.
Shehbaz Sharif inaugurated three significant development projects, collectively valued at Rs263 billion. These projects included the Lahore-Sahiwal-Bhawalnagar motorway, the Ray Mansab Ali Khan interchange on the Lahore-Abdul Hakim motorway, and the Taregarh interchange.
During the event, the premier was briefed about the progress of ongoing development projects and also laid the foundation stone for the Nankana-Bachiki Interchange, further showcasing the government’s commitment to improving infrastructure and connectivity in the region.
The public gathering served as a platform for Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to engage with the people and reiterate the PML-N’s vision for the country’s progress and development under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif.
Earlier, Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif laid foundation stone of Pakistan Kidney and Liver Institute University in Lahore on Sunday.
On this occasion, the Prime Minister also launched a campaign to create awareness among the people about Hepatitis disease.
Pakistan Institute of Kidney and Liver was made operational in 2018. Addressing the ceremony, the Prime Minister said this institute was a gigantic project of PML N government to serve the people of country.
He said that 80 per cent patients in PKLI are provided with free or partially free treatment and doctors and staff in the institute are rendering the best services.
The Prime Minister said that PKLI treated patients without any discrimination.
Shehbaz Sharif said that 15 billion rupees have been collected by the Trust fund of PKLI and we have requested the philanthropists to donate more funds in order to facilitate deserving patients.
The Prime Minister appreciated the efforts for creating awareness about causes of Hepatitis in Pakistan and suggestions to address issues.