Punjab govt heightens security ahead of PTI shutdown call
Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif says the government will protect public lives and property at all costs.
Punjab Government has taken fool proof security measures to maintain law and order on the occasion of PTI's shutdown call in Lahore tomorrow.
This was stated by the spokesman of Punjab Government Syed Zaeem Hussain Qadri Lahore today.
He said announcement of boycott of this strike by traders, transports and other bodies is a welcome sign.
He said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is bent upon extinguishing the stoves of poor people through its strikes and sit-ins.
Zaeem Qadri said sit-ins have already caused immense damage to the country's economy.
He said Supreme Court's recent verdict is enough to open the eyes of elements who are doing politics of strikes and sit-ins.
Zaeem Hussain Qadri said organizing a peaceful protest is every citizen's right, however disrupting the public life is not the right decision.
He said every sensible citizen is fed up of this agitational politics.
He urged Imran Khan to quit this politics of protest and play role in the country's development.
Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said the government will fulfill its responsibility of protecting lives and property at all costs.
In a statement in Lahore today, he urged the public and PML-N workers not to show any reaction to any provocative speeches, actions or measures by some elements and show patience and tolerance.
The chief minister said that some vested interests want violence.