SAHIWAL (Dunya News) – Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that Sindh has a larger share of electricity projects than Punjab that are being built under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and thus opposition needs to do productive criticism, reported Thursday.
The Chief Minister demanded the opposition to act sensibly while he paid a visit to 1,320 Mega Watt project of Port Qasim.
Chinese engineers and experts briefed the Chief Minister about progress made regarding construction of the coal-fired power plant.
While addressing a ceremony in this regard, Shahbaz Sharif said that there could not be a bigger service to Pakistani people than erecting power plants.
The opposition should understand that unreasonable sit-ins and protests cause the worst damage to projects underway.
Earlier today, the Chief Minister held a meeting with freshly appointed Ambassador of Denmark, Ole Thonke.
On the occasion, Shahbaz Sharif observed that a wind power company was working on a project in Punjab.
Chief Minister s criticism over Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf today has come in as response to party Chairman Imran Khan s movement against ruling party s alleged corruption.