Darbar Attackers Enemies Of Islam, Humanity: CM
Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that enemies of peace want to destabilize the country through their despicable activities but people will foil their nefarious designs with unity.
He said that those committing the suicide attacks on a sacred place like Data Darbar were the enemies of Islam and humanity and they would definitely be punished in this life and the life hereafter.
He was talking to Members of National and Provincial Assemblies belonging to various districts here on Saturday.
The chief minister said that attacks on the Mazar of the great spiritual personality of subcontinent, Hazrat Data Gunj Bakhsh, had not only saddened the people of Pakistan but the devotees residing all the world over were also shocked over it.
He said that no one could even imagine such an act and only an unfortunate person could play with the lives of innocent people at the shrine of saint who spread Islam in the subcontinent. He said that all segments of the society would have to play their effective role for the promotion of unity and religious harmony in the country, becoming a rock wall to foil the nefarious designs of those forces engaged in destabilizing the country.
Those who met the chief minister included MNAs Sardar Ayyaz Sadiq, Umer Sohail Zia Butt, Malik Ibrar, Members Provincial Assembly Shehzadi Umer Zadi Tiwana, Ramzan Siddique Bhatti, Mohsin Latif, Aajasum Sharif and Dr Saeed Elahi.
Water resources: A delegation of Mckinsey Group International, led by Prof John Briscoe, called on the Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat, here Saturday and discussed water resources.
Talking to the delegation, Shahbaz Sharif said improvement of water management and best utilisation of water was the need of the hour and “we will have to pay full attention to the sector.” He said Punjab was an agrarian province and most of the population was associated with this sector.