Shehbaz criticizes Imran Khan for not appearing before courts

DG Khan: Punjab Chief Minister, Shehbaz Sharif Thursday criticized Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan for not appearing before the courts, who always preaches people about due respect to judiciary.

He was addressing a public gathering at Gidar Wala Bypass after

unveiling plaque of 55 kilometres long Dera Ghazi Khan-Muzaffargarh dual carriage road being built with a cost of Rs 13.38 billion here on Thursday.

The CM asked Imran khan to take care of KPK where his party was ruling, adding that when province was hit by dengue outbreak recently and he (Imran Khan) was enjoying himself in hilly areas.

The Punjab government extended offer to help Khyber Pukhtunkhwa

(KPK) government for checking outbreak and treatment of patients falling prey to the disease, Shehbaz said.

He said that Punjab government had taken number of steps to control dengue in the province.

Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) has put the country on the

path of progress and prosperity, while Mr Khan was following agitational politics, he said and added that if given a chance again, they would build Metro in DG Khan too.

Lambasting on those levelling accusations of corruption against him in

Multan Metro Bus Project, Shehbaz said that if even corruption of a single penny was proved against him, he might be held accountable for it adding that anyone who has proofs, might move to court against him.

He termed all these corruption charges in MBS project baseless.  Federal Ministers, MNAs, MPAs, Commissioner DGKhan Division, Mayor, Chairman District council and high level officials were also present on the occasion.