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Shehbaz Sharif vows to bring back country’s looted money if made ‘Khadim-e-Pakistan’

Shehbaz Sharif vows to bring back country’s looted money if made ‘Khadim-e-Pakistan’

MANDI BAHAUDDIN: Shehbaz Sharif hinted at the possibility of him being made ‘Khadim-e-Pakistan’ through public mandate, promising to bring back the looted money of the country if it happened.

Addressing to a PML-N rally staged in Mandi Bahauddin today, he accused the PPP Co-chairman Asif Zardari of misinforming about CPEC. He also took a hit at the PTI Chairman, saying he issued allegations against their government while they worked day and night. He hoped for a victory in the 2018 general elections.

The Punjab CM also vowed to fix the system of justice in the country.

He recalled that an attempt was made to take benefit through corruption from the Chiniot iron project in 2007, era of then President Musharraf. “I clinched the treasure of Chiniot from the corrupt people to area residents,” he exclaimed.

He promised that if the PML-N came into power after 2018 elections then he will convert Mandi Bahauddin like Faisalabad. He announced to establish a road network for the city, and upgrade the Rusool College to university status.

Raising the concerns of sugarcane farmers, he vowed to take action against the mafia.

Meanwhile, he met Pir Hameeduddin Sialvi today and requested him to call off the shut down deadline to which he agreed.

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