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ISLAMABAD: Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif on Saturday said he accepted the apex court’s judgment on the Asghar Khan case without reservations, DawnNews reported on Saturday.

Speaking at a sports day event held at the Cadet College, Kalar Kahar, he added that President Asif Ali Zardari had also taken Rs 500 million from the Intelligence Bureau (IB) which must be accounted for.

The chief minister said Pakistan was facing numerous challenges, including an energy crisis.

He added that the system of education in Punjab had reached an international standard.

Chief Minister Shahbaz also announced that a Danish school would be established for girls and added that 200,000 laptops would be distributed in December in Punjab and other provinces.

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