PML(N) leadership played key role in making country a nuclear power: Sheikh Aftab
ATTOCK: Chairman Standing Committee for Defence Productions Sheikh Aftab Ahmed has said the leadership of Pakistan Muslim League PML (N) Mian Nawaz Sharif and Mian Shahbaz Sharif had made the country a real nuclear power in the world.

During the PML(N) tenure in 1999, Pakistan successfully carried out nuclear explosions despite the foreign pressure, he added. These views were expressed while addressing a public gathering held at the residence of the prominent socio-political figure, former Chairman Markaz Council Attock Major (R) Qazi Naseem Razaaq in Gondal Mandi.

He said the India was aware of the fact the Pakistan could not be kept in war like situation on the pretext of the Mumbai attacks. Sheikh Aftab said that Mian Nawaz Sharif has been striving to protect the democratic institutions and ameliorate the living standards of the its people.     He said his political opponents misled the people of his constituency NA-57 by inaugurating a number of infeasible development projects of supply of Sui Gas, Electricity during the election campaign which were left unattended after the general elections. He said grant of Rs.180 millions has been approved by the Chief Minister Punjab Mian Sharif.

Sheikh Aftab said, the issues of construction of underpass, road lights along the GT road Gondal Mandi would also be discussed with the Chairman, NHA. He said people have mandated him to fulfill his political commitments in a fair and transparent manner.
03-02-2009 14:14 Attock News Published in News, Attock
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