Sunday, August 14
Shahbaz asks British govt to protect Pakistanis
Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has expressed deep sense of sorrow and grief over the loss of precious lives of three Pakistanis in UK and termed it tragic and condemnable.
The CM has demanded of the British government to fulfil its responsibilities with regard to protection of life and property of the expatriate Pakistanis and deterrent punishment should be awarded to the murderers.
Shahbaz Sharif urged that the federal government should also play its role in this regard.
He expressed his sympathies with the members of the bereaved families and prayed that may Allah Almighty grant them courage and strength to bear the irreparable loss.
Also British High Commissioner to Pakistan Adam Thomson called on President PML-N Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif.
They discussed bilateral relations between the two countries. Nawaz Sharif expressed his concern over the riots in England, and grieved over deaths. He hoped that the British government would be able to control the situation.
Adam Thomson assured the PML-N leaders that his government would ensure protection of people’s life and property.