PML-N fails to deliver result-oriented services: Elahi
05 October, 2012
LAHORE: PML-Q leader, deputy Prime Minister Ch Parvez Elahi has regretted that a prosperous Punjab had been bankrupt by N-League, over failure to deliver satisfactory services for masses.
Talking to media after briefing PML President Senator Ch Shujaat Hussain, party office-bearers of all provinces including Balochistan, Federal Ministers, Ministers of State and the Advisors at the State Guest House here today he lashed out at Sharif Brothers for failing to deliver anything during its five years of rule except deprivations, disappointments, politics of loot and falsehood.
He also pointedly stated that the media and people were witness to the fact that many projects and plans for the welfare and well being of the poor and common man, initiated by PML-Q had fallen prey to ego and vested interested of Sharif Brothers.
Chaudhry Pervez Elahi also assured of putting Punjab back on the path of prosperity and progress through more welfare development works if voted to power.
During this briefing, occasion, Fact Sheet along with proofs about historic, ideal peoples' welfare-oriented unparalleled works undertaken in different sectors in the Punjab during Pakistan Muslim League tenure from 2002 to 2007 were also released.
Ch Parvez Elahi said that this booklet not only gave brief review of historical development and peoples welfare oriented works in Punjab for the first time ever but was also the road map of PML-Q's future plans as well.
"This is also a message for ridding the people of unemployment, price hike and helpless because change comes through action and not by tall but false claims", he said.
Detailed consultations were held regarding general elections, seat adjustment, bye-elections and other matters of national importance and all participants fully expressed their views.
Concluding, Ch Parvez Elahi emphatically, solemnly pledged to the people of Punjab and of entire Pakistan to make Pakistan prosperous, strong and stable, besides accelerating the pace of Nationwide development in all sectors, in a dedicated and committed manner.