CM Questions ‘Court Absconders’ In Centre
Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has denied making any comment on the issue of Secretary Prosecution Rana Maqbool, terming it a subjudice matter and sought justification of persons sitting in the federal government and wanted by the courts.
He was responding to the queries from media while inaugurating the package 10 (GT Road Interchange/Quaid e Azam Interchange) of Lahore Ring Road here on Wednesday.
Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said Lahore Ring Road will serve as a gateway for Lahore and will be of great significance for the tourists visiting Pakistan in general and Lahore in particular.
He said this interchange had been completed in a record period of one year and till August 14, 2010, all the interchanges would be completed.
He said ring road would be managed exactly like motorway and the people were requested to follow the traffic rules as they did on the motorway. He said the Ring Road would be connecting motorway and GT Road to Peshawar, thus providing great facilities to the traders travelling on this route.
He said the past corruption, regarding the building of ring road, would be properly and thoroughly investigated. He said he was planning to build a sports complex near Harbanspura for general public.
He said he had laid the foundation stone of a 400 bed hospital at a total cost of Rs 1.75 billion in Sargodha on Wednesday and the hospital would be completed almost in one year.