Referain from asking provocative questions, Shahbaz turned red

Enraged Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Wednesday warned the media to refrain from asking provocative questions.
The media must stop delivering a lecture to us,” he said.
The chief minister while replying to questions by newsmen after offering Fateha at the mausoleum of Allama Iqbal, got offended when he was asked if he would declare his assets as per demand of PTI Chief Imran Khan.
He said he had already declared his assets on Nov 26, 2007, and the media should not try to instigate him by putting such questions time and again.
Shahbaz said strict accountability was imperative to steer the country out of the prevailing crisis.
He said the country was facing challenges like price hike, power shortage, unemployment and lawlessness, and the government should take practical steps to resolve these issues.
Paying a tribute to poet-philosopher Allama Iqbal, the chief minister said Iqbal created awareness among the Muslims of the sub-continent about the achievements of their forefathers and the glorious past of Islam.

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