CM Punjab congratulates successful candidates of Management Course

Wednesday 07 June 2017 3 months ago 90   Lahore   Print

CM Punjab Shahbaz Sharif-File Photo

Report  Web desk : LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif has said that we are all Pakistanis and we are very much indebted to our motherland. We need to pay off this debt with our collective hard work and untiring efforts. During the last 70 years, we have collectively been unsuccessful in justifying our positions. Nor we have given a country to our children which they duly deserved. The soil of our country is questioning this thing to us even today. During the 70 years, we have more failures than successes. If Pakistan is lagging behind, then no single person is responsible, but the responsibility lies on all of us. Politicians, generals, judges, bureaucracy, elite of the society and we all did not did justice to Pakistan. Whether there were political governments or it was dictatorship, no one came up to the expectations of the nation. Even after the passage of 70 years, we are scuffling with each other, while this holy land is asking us to pay back her loan. We collectively have to work for the motherland and stand shoulder to shoulder for the prestige and honor of the country. If we become united today then Pakistan will surely regain her lost status in the comity of the nations. The Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif expressed these views while delivering his keynote address to the participants of 106th National Management Course who called on him at Model Town, today. The Chief Minister said that socio-economic discrepancies have created differences and termed the socio-economic inequality as a major hurdle in development of the country. Pakistan shall not progress unless and until the children of poor and the rich don’t get equal rights and identical opportunities to excel in life. It is all the more important that everybody should have equal rights and opportunities to move further and the disparity between the children of the poor and the rich must be eliminated, he added. 02