LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-N chief Nawaz Sharif, expressing grief and sorrow over the brutal murder of three doctors in Sindh, has said the PML-N would raise the issue in the National Assembly.
Offering condolences to the families of the deceased doctors over telephone from Jaati Umra on Thursday, he said protection of life, property and dignity of minorities was in line with the proclamations of the founder of Pakistan and also a part of the Constitution.
He said the Muslim League was the founding party of the country and upholder of principles and ideology of Quaid-e-Azam. It attached due importance to the minorities. He expressed concern over the fact that law and order in rural Sindh as well as in urban areas was extremely poor and incidents of kidnapping for ransom were common but the rulers were completely unmoved.
The Pakistan Muslim League-N chief, Nawaz Sharif, said that his party, besides other areas of the country, gave equal importance to the Sindh province and its people and was fully aware of its responsibilities in this regard.
He reminded that during the previous tenures, his government attached due importance to maintenance of law and order and protection of life and property of the people setting aside all interests. Related stories on inside pages