PARLIAMENTARIANS CALL ON THE PRIME MINISTER

March 18, 2016

Mr. Muhammad Raza Hayat Harraj (MNA), Ch. Nazir Ahmed (MNA) and Mr. Abdul Rahman Khan Kanju (MNA), separately called on Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif at PM House today.

The Parliamentarians thanked the Prime Minister for taking significant interest in the infrastructure development and addressing the concerns of farmers in their respective constituencies. The vision of the Prime Minister for transforming Pakistan into a developed, progressive and modern state has started yielding fruitful benefits across the country, said the Parliamentarians. The overall security situation has improved in the country and the nation is united under the leadership of the Prime Minister to eliminate the menace of terrorism and extremism from our motherland, expressed the Parliamentarians.

The Prime Minister said that the Parliamentarians should leave no stone unturned in serving the masses. The ultimate purpose of our endeavours in socio-economic fields is to revolutionize the lives of our people and make Pakistan a thriving democracy where equal opportunities are available to all, the Prime Minister stated. The Parliamentarians apprised the Prime Minister on numerous development and welfare initiatives being proposed in their respective constituencies. The Prime Minister assured the Members of National Assembly of his fullest support in the execution of all projects and schemes aimed at raising the standard of living of the people.

We are confident that under the leadership of the Prime Minister, the consolidation of the gains in infrastructure development, economic stability, self-sufficiency in energy and social sector reforms will be achieved in the near future, said the parliamentarians. The revival of trust and confidence of the international political leadership as well as financial and business community in the successful socio-economic policies of the present government is a manifestation of our pledge and commitment to the people to make their lives better in terms of empowering them and raising their quality of life, said the Parliamentarians.