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PML-N will claim historic victory in next elections: Nawaz

LAHORE: President of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that PML-N will claim a historic win in next elections.

Addressing a convention for Pakistan Muslim League –Nawaz (PML-N) social media workers, Sharif said he has no doubts the party will witness “historic victory” in the next general elections, as he hailed the enthusiasm of party members present at the convention.

Pointing out the development work undertaken during his government, Nawaz said he delivered on his promises.

“We eliminated terrorism over the past four years, with the grace of Allah. Cricket returned to Lahore,” he said. However, the progress of Pakistan has come to a standstill ever since the Panama Papers decision, he lamented.

Pointing out the development work undertaken during his government, Sharif said he delivered on his promises. “In 2013 I had promised to eliminate load shedding and that commitment was fulfilled.”

“We eliminated terrorism over the past four years, with the grace of Allah. Cricket returned to Lahore,” he said. However, the progress of Pakistan has come to a standstill ever since the Panama Papers decision, he lamented.

The former premier lamented that Pervez Musharraf broke the Constitution but his case is still pending in the courts, yet “they gave the verdict against us in a matter of weeks.”

“We cannot go back now. We will only go forward. The youth will take Pakistan forward. Nobody can stop you except God,” Nawaz said. The PML-N leader said although Pakistan has been independent since its creation in 1947, its founder Quaid-e-Azam’s dream is yet to be realized to the full.

Sharif also questioned his disqualification by the Supreme Court. “Where have you heard that a leader is disqualified because he did not receive a salary from his son?” he asked.

“A ladla (dear) is excused despite admitting to his crime,” he said in an apparent reference to Imran Khan.

He added that throughout the world people had the right to elect a government, but this was not the case in Pakistan. “Pakistan is a country where the offshore companies of some are halal and others haram.” Nawaz, addressing the social media convention, said the courts thankfully did not term Imran’s assets as Nawaz Sharif’s. INP

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