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Erdogan’s visit to cement Pak-Turkey ties: Shahbaz

Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has warmly welcomed Turk President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his arrival in Pakistan and said that he is deeply pleased on the visit of his dear brother Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Pakistan.

He said the visit of Turk President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Pakistan would further strengthen relations between the two countries. He said that Turkey and Pakistan are jointly moving towards progress and prosperity and the visit of Turk President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reflects the growing friendship between the two countries.

Meanwhile, Lahore police have completed security arrangements for Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan by deploying 6,000 cops.

Lahore police will ensure foolproof security for the Turkish president in coordination with other law enforcement agencies. The Turkish presidential security team is coordinating with the senior commanders of Lahore police and other law enforcement agencies to avert any untoward incident.

All markets and shops will be closed two hours before the movement of Turkish President from the airport to Hazoori Bagh.

GREETS SIKHS: Shahbaz Sharif has felicitated Sikhs living in Pakistan and all over the world on the 548th birth anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak.

The chief minister welcomed Sikh community on its arrival in Nankana Sahib in connection with birthday celebrations of Baba Guru Nanak and said that all-out facilities were being extended to Sikh community in the performance of its religious rites. He said that government fully believed in interfaith harmony and solid measures had been taken for this purpose. He said that all religious minorities living in the country had been provided equal opportunities and brought into national mainstream. He said that minorities were playing an important role in national development.

He said that special attention was being paid to the maintenance and security of temples. He said that Dyal Singh Research & Culture Forum, Lahore, carrying out high-level research in Punjabi culture and history was rendering commendable services.

PML-N CANDIDATES: Shahbaz Sharif has felicitated Pakistan Muslim League-N candidates, winning on reserved seats of municipal corporations and district councils and said that Pakistan Muslim League-N had achieved tremendous success in different phases of local government’s elections.

He said that politics of public service, honesty and transparency had won also on reserved seats while those engaged in politics of lies and baseless allegations have been badly defeated.

THEME PARK: A delegation of an international company led by its chairman called on Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, here Wednesday and expressed keen interest in investment in the project of Theme Park in Punjab.

The chief minister said the Punjab government wanted to give a practical shape to the project of Theme Park near Lahore as early as possible and investment by an international company in this project would be welcomed.

He said that the project of Theme Park was of vital importance as it would promote tourist activities as well as provide recreational facilities to the citizens.

Students: Shahbaz Sharif in his message on International Students’ Day, has said that the purpose of celebrating this day is to highlight the importance of students and education in the society.

He said that it was the students who determine the future of a nation. He said education is essential for opening the minds of students who are a precious asset of a country. He said the Punjab government is giving top priority to provision of quality education to students and solid measures have been taken for providing academic facilities to students. He said that a programme is being implemented for providing quality education to students for securing their future.

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