LAHORE: Chief of the election winning Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) Nawaz Sharif held a meeting at his Raiwind residence on Wednesday to address the energy crisis during which he said that the energy crises was his party's first priority, DawnNews reported.

Nawaz Sharif said that after coming into power his government would initially bring an end to unannounced loadshedding in the country.

The meeting presided by Nawaz Sharif was also attended by former federal finance minister Shaukat Tareen, Mian Mansha among other leaders of the PML-N.

Though other challenges faced by the country were also discussed in the meeting but the energy crisis remained the topmost agenda of the meeting.

Sharif said that all resources would be fully utilised to bring an end to loadshedding whereas no deicsion has been taken to freeze development funds.

More From This Section

SC declares appointment of NAB chief legal

The court has disposed of PTI chief Imran Khan's petition against appointment of Qamar Zaman Chaudhry as chairman NAB.

Nawaz vows to spend $1.6bn on Balochistan development

Addressing the cabinet meeting in Islamabad, the prime minister said that he himself will monitor these projects.

Police arrest six suspected LJ militants

Police said the suspects are responsible for killing 16 people over the last two years and for four attempted murders.

Khawaja Asif takes U-turn, calls Pakistan Army an asset

The defence minister called his past statements a mistake and insisted that those were made in a difference context.

Comments are closed.

Comments (1)

May 30, 2013 9:09 am

Khuda nay ajj tuk us qom ki halut nahi badli, naa ho khyall jis ko apni halut badulnay ka.

It is so sad that we are very ignorant people. Whole Punjab was suffering because of load shading but he does not realize that and now the whole country. May Allah forgive us and keep this nation safe, we are getting punished in this world by our own people.

Explore: Indian elections 2014
Explore: Indian elections 2014
How much do you know about Indian Elections?
How much do you know about Indian Elections?
From The Newspaper