LAHORE, (Pakistan Point News - 20th july, 2016): Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif said on Wednesday that service to the masses was the motto of the Pakistan Muslim League-N government and it had always given priority to betterment of the masses. He said that welfare projects of billions of rupees had been completed during last three years. Talking to elected representatives belonging to various districts here, the Chief Minister said that transparency, high standard and speedy completion of development projects was the hallmark of the government.
He said that federal and Punjab government had saved Rs 215 billion public money in development projects which was a unique example in the history of the country. Shehbaz Sharif said that change could not be brought about with mere slogans and practical efforts were needed for this purpose. He said that government was following the policy of balanced development of all areas and the process of public service and national progress and prosperity would continue under the leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif.
The Chief Minister said that elected representatives should serve the masses with commitment and spare no effort for redressal of their grievances. Those who met the Chief Minister included Provincial Minister Ata Maneka, Special Assistant Arshad Jutt, Members National Assembly Najaf Abbas Sayal, Sheikh Fayyaz ud Din, Begum Ghulam Bibi Bharwana, Member Provincial Assembly Raja Muhammad Ali and General Secretary PML-N Attock Asif Malik.