Shahbaz Sharif calls by British High Commissioner



LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif was approached by British High Commission Thomas Drew who examined a scope of issue issues including amplifying participation and respective relations between the two nations.

The British agent communicated his great wishes for the expedient recuperation and the wellbeing of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

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Shahbaz Sharif informed him of the endeavors embraced by the administration since the most recent three years and the different improvement ventures which have been dispatched in the nation. He said that the nation has gained extensive ground under the authority of Nawaz Sharif.

He said that there was no space for fanaticism and terrorism in the nation, and that there were making incalculable penances to free the nation of this malevolent which has tormented the nation. He said that Pakistan sought great relations and give profound thought and significance with its ties with Great Britain.

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High Commissioner Drew said that there have attempted endeavors for solid change in different undertakings, for example, training, wellbeing and other social welfare ventures. He said that the British government was giving guide to a few social welfare and is guaranteeing it is utilized as a part of a reasonable and straightforward way.