Shahbaz alleged that if the federal government would have embarked upon a similar journey, it would have taken trillions of rupees and decades to complete the project. He was elated over completing the project in record time of 10 months while spending only 30 billion rupees.
The Chief Minister also accused the federal government for testing the patience of Punjabis by putting them through energy crisis. He claimed that despite severe power shortages, the provincial government was occupied with launching progressive schemes for the youth. He was making reference to Danish schools for the students of lower-income class families and three month internship program on merit.
“Children of needy families will no longer roam in the streets. They will receive a modern education, free of cost, at a standard equal to elite institutions like Aitchison College,” he added.
“It is up to you now to elect either those who have served you, or those who have stolen from you for their own interests,” he said.