LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that Pakistan can be made economically strong by acting upon principles of hard work, honesty and determination.
“Pakistan is passing through a critical juncture of the history and facing challenges like energy crisis, extremism, corruption, poverty and unemployment,” the CM said.
He was addressing the annual function of Harvard business school club Pakistan here on Saturday. Shahbaz added that country can be brought out from quagmire of problems through collective wisdom.
Addressing the function, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif resolved that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leadership is determined to steer the county out of crisis and make it economically strong.
He stressed the need for utilizing these resources sincerely for the rapid development of the country and the nation.
Chief Minister Punjab said that Pakistan has sacrificed more than 50 thousand precious human lives in the war against terror so far, adding nation will have to unite by setting aside petty differences for overcoming this menace, he added.
Shahbaz Sharif divulged that despite border and political disputes, China has made investment in the projects of generating 20 thousand megawatt electricity from coal and he has personally witnessed it during his recent visit to India.
Shahbaz Sharif while welcoming the participants of the function of Harvard Business School Club said that members of Harvard Business School Club should give concrete proposals for the promotion of industrialization process and strengthening national economy.
Chief Executives and professionals of various business organizations attended the function.