LAHORE, Pakistan: The Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif Saturday said the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) had set new records of public service during the last four and a quarter years as the resources of the nation had been spent on education, health and other social sectors in a transparent manner.
While talking to parliamentarians from various districts who called on him in Lahore, the Chief Minister said the PML-N government had achieved all targets to a great extent and result-oriented measures had been taken to improve living standard of poor people.
Shahbaz Sharif said opportunities of standardized education had been provided to children belonging to resourceless families and all out measures would be taken to bring about improvement in the living style of common man.
The Punjab Chief Minister said shortage of resources would not be allowed to become an impediment in the way of provision of facilities to people.
“We are proceeding with true sentiments of public service and the responsibility of service to the masses will be discharged efficiently at any cost,” Shahbaz Sharif said.