If the hurdles stop, the development process will gain momentum: Nawaz
15 December, 2014
CHAKWAL: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said Monday that the country's development process will continue despite hurdles created by protesting parties.
Speaking at an inauguration ceremony for modernisation of the Islamabad-Lahore Motorway in Chakwal, the premier further said if the hurdles stop, the development process will gain momentum and the country will witness an era of prosperity.
Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid, some members of the Parliament and elders of the areas were also present on the occasion.
The PM also added that in 2018 when his term ends, his government will have on their record the end of loadshedding, overcoming gas shortage, eliminating terrorism and a reduction in price hike. Whereas the opposition will only have sit-ins and speeches of siege on their record when they come to the polls for the next election.