“No one should be harassed without verification and solid proofs,” said the prime minister while addressing a gathering of Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) workers in Bahawalpur.
The premier said that he would take up the issue with the NAB chairman. He warned that if any person was unduly persecuted the government would take prompt action.
He regretted that the previous governments failed in their duty to serve the masses.
PM Sharif said that continuity of policies was vital for progress and that the country saw unprecedented development during all his tenures.
He asserted that the completion of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would be a game-changer.
The PM vowed to strengthen and empower the local governments (LG) to address the problems faced by the people.
He said that people have pinned great expectations with the local bodies’ representations and they would be fully empowered to serve the masses.
PM reiterates govt’s resolve for business-friendly economy
Earlier today, the prime minister reiterated his government’s resolve to ensure a merit-based business-friendly environment in the country.
“We have a liberal approach towards economy and as a government, our earnest efforts for ensuring transparency, competitiveness and giving an enhanced role to private sector in national economy are eminently clear from our performance”, the Prime Minister said in a meeting with Dominic Barton, the Global Managing Director of McKinsey here at the PM House.
PM Nawaz said that the PML-N government’s economic reforms agenda focuses on achieving self-sufficiency in energy and infrastructure development.
Dominic appreciated the economic growth achieved by the incumbent government.
He further said that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a vital project, which is destined to unlock the economic growth in Pakistan and the entire region.
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