Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said today that the credit for the operation against criminals in Karachi goes to the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N)-led government.
The premier was meeting PML-N Members of National Assembly (MNAs) from Gujranwala, Sialkot, Narowal, Hafizabad and Gujrat at PM House, where he shed light on the on-going Karachi operation.
“The situation in Karachi is improving with each passing day, the credit for which goes to PML-N government.” the prime minister said. “The PML-N government took the decision to start an operation in Karachi against miscreants and terrorists after taking all parties on board.”
The prime minister further said that his government had inherited the energy problem, but “we are moving towards a solution despite our limited resources.”
Since the past week, the premier has started a consultation process with his party’s MNAs to discuss four important issues and to get their input before taking some final decisions.
These issues include appointment of Governor of Punjab, preparations for local government elections in provinces and cantonment, cabinet reshuffle and expansion, and development funds for constituencies.
PM Nawaz earlier held his meetings with party MNAS from South Punjab, Faisalabad division and Sargodha division.