PM, CM have powers to make changes in Punjab cabinet: Sarwar

November 20, 2019

LAHORE:Punjab Governor Ch Muhammad Sarwar has said the prime minister and the chief minister have the powers to make changes in Punjab cabinet, adding all institutions and government are on the same...

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LAHORE:Punjab Governor Ch Muhammad Sarwar has said the prime minister and the chief minister have the powers to make changes in Punjab cabinet, adding all institutions and government are on the same page for development and prosperity of the country.

Instead of personal interests, the opposition should talk of national interest. Nawaz Sharif has gone abroad after giving assurance to the court of law and it is hoped that he shell come back after his recovery, said Sarwar while talking to the media here on Tuesday.

Speaking on the occasion, he said Indian extremism led by Narendra Modi has become a threat to Kashmir and the Muslim as well as for the regional peace. The Muslim Ummah will have to get united today for settlement of Kashmir dispute and Palestine issue.

The governor also addressed International Education Expo-2019 at Governor House. Responding to a question, the governor said Nawaz Sharif has gone abroad after getting permission from the court of law and the government did not make any obstruction in this regard. Now the opposition should also do politics in accordance with national interests in and out of the parliament, he said and added that opposition should point out lacunas and government will address those accordingly. He was of the view that opposition could no more attract attention of the masses through useless criticism on the government, because the people are very much standing with government and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).


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