Shahbaz Sharif at Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad



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  • Chota Sher Zindabad!!

    Meanwhile, back in Lahore...

    LAHORE: Hundreds of Population Welfare Department employees stormed the Punjab Civil Secretariat and clashed with police in Lahore on Wednesday.

    A large number of the protestors were women, who crossed the main gate despite police warnings of baton charging. Two women had fainted after clashes with the police and were shifted to the hospital.

    The protestors were demonstrating against the Punjab government over administrative issues including the merger of their department with the Health Department.

    No high ranking official form the secretariat came outside to listen to the complaints and when police tried to disperse the protestors forcefully, they organised themselves and crossed the barricades to enter the building. The protestors also broke windows of the chief secretary’s office.

    “We had been protesting against the government but nobody listened to us. Today we were forced to enter the Civil Secretariat. Two of our colleagues were brutally tortured and fainted,” one of the protestors told The Express Tribune.

    This was the second time that government employees had entered the Civil Secretariat. Hundreds of PCS offices had stormed the secretariat on March 18, 2011.

    Punjab Civil Services Association (PCSA) Secretary Coordination Ahmad Khawar Shehzad said it was a sad day in the history of the province as government employees had been beaten up, adding that the Punjab government was being run in a poor way.

    PCSA President Rai Manzoor Nasir said the rulers should think about why all government departments in the province were protesting during the tenure of current Chief Secretary, Nasir Mahmood Khosa. He said the government should solve problems being faced by the employees before things take an ‘ugly turn’.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/379618/government-employees-storm-punjab-civil-secretariat/

    ...But I'm sure Chota sher will sort this issue out tomorrow!



  • Shame on us as a Whole. Punjab Government talks about Energy Savings and do you know in One Stadium if all lights are switched on then it is equivalent to more than 500 Bulbs of 80 watts approx and this accounts to ( 500 Multiply 80)= 40,000 Watts of Electricity and obviously tax payer will pay this amount in the end and we are setting an example that we talk something else and do something else.

    If Punjab government have to show austerity then why not they arranged this show during the day to save electricity as Our country is in Energy Crisis right now??????



  • Loosers will never be happy, keere nikalna nahi choreinge



  • Brother Rasheed:

    There are many problems with the images you have posted:

    a) SS is not sitting with the likes of SMQ, JH, Jehangir Tareen, Ghulam Sarwar, Mehmood-ur-Rasheed and Ejaz Chudhry; hence he is not a leader like Imran Khan

    b) The public may have come in huge numbers but their faces do not exhibit that zest, energy and enthusiasm as it does on the faces of mureeds of Deen-e-Ilzam when they are attending a musical concert featuring the likes of Strings, Ali Azmat, Arif Lohar, Attaullah Khan Isakhailwi, Veena Malik and Abrar-ul-Haq Marasi. Like this

    c) Since there more people and not greater number of P(o)TI flags to surpass the number of people, these images unfortunately look photoshopped.

    d) The children are dressed in proper uniforms and look rather preppy. They are supposed to look like this so that it can be ascertained for sure that the youth supports PML-N:



  • Too hot in the day for Chota Sher :)

    Plus he is too busy working all day to solve the countries problems....



  • ^^^ He'll be serving the whole country as well, very soon!



  • No doubt...I'm amazed at the great ideas he always seems to be coming up with....wonder what he will think of next!





  • @pakopro2,

    Assuming there were 20,000 attendees in the stadium, this means 40,000 watts / 20,000 persons = Just 2 watts per person.

    Even if there were just 10,000 audience, this amounts to just 4 watts per person, which is very economical.

    Every family that was at jalsa would be saving at least 50 watts at home during the same time.

    In case someone had suggested to do the jalsa in the day under bare sun in month of May, they would have to cover the whole stadium with tents and and also install thousands of temporary fans, which would have been more costly.

    Having more number of audience in single place is always more economical than arranging multiple smaller gatherings.





  • Shahbaz sharif the great.May Allah protect you from the harms of jealous people and munafqeen.



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