Addressing a big public gathering at Jacobabad Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz says that PML-N will win the next general election on the basis of its performance. The people will reject those who just raise hollow slogans and do nothing for the progress and development of masses and the country. Nawaz Sharif says that PML-N government restored peace in Karachi. Revolutionary steps will be taken for provision of basic facilities like clean drinking water and education in Jacobabad. A number of development schemes are announced for Jacobabad. Meanwhile, Speaking on the occasion, Minister for Railways Saad Rafique says that Prime Minister is committed for the welfare and uplift of the people of the province.

Host: Shahzad Farooqi

Co-host:Dr. Sajjad Bukhari

Analyst on Telephone:

Ali Akbar Gujjar (Leader, PML-N Sindh):

Prime Minister is continuously visiting Sindh to bring the province out of crises. Pakistan Peoples Party is in power in Sindh for the last many years but failed to deliver anything for the people of the province. PPP has made the condition of Sindh even worst. Now Sindhi people have hopes from PML-N government and as per expectations of the people Prime Minister has visited Jacobabad today and announced a number of development projects there. PML-N will get performance-based votes in Sindh in next general elections.

Ayaz constitutes Parliamentary Committee on National Security to review security-related matters

Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, in consultation with the Chairman Senate Raza Rabbani, constitutes a thirty three-member Parliamentary Committee on National Security. The committee will work under Chairmanship of the Speaker National Assembly. The committee will discuss issues relating to national security of urgent nature, periodically review, monitor and oversee implementation of the National Action Plan with a view to ensuring its expeditious implementation. It will also monitor the process of transition from Military Courts to Civil Courts through criminal justice reforms. It will also present periodical reports to both Houses of the Parliament.

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