• Says with ‘complete support’ of youth, he will make Pakistan ‘Asian Tiger’
  • Maryam urges PTI workers for collective efforts to ‘bury politics of hate’

KHUDDIAN KHAS: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Supremo Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday urged the nation to give him a heavy mandate in the elections to shape up the country’s future and close the door on the entry of “fraudsters” to return to power.

“Had my government not been toppled, the country would have been on a trajectory of progress and no youth in the entire country would have been unemployed.”

“I say this with confidence that had Nawaz Sharif’s tenure continued, there would be no unemployment in Pakistan,” he said while addressing a rally in Khuddian Khas, Kasur on the last day of election campaigns across the country.

The three-time former prime minister said that he outlined plans for Pakistan’s future, including providing solar panels to farmers, laptops to the youth, and vocational training alongside employment opportunities.

He criticised the PTI government’s failures, alleging that promises of millions of houses, jobs, and dams that never materialised, led to enormous losses for Pakistan.

“We have faced many setbacks, but we must overcome these hurdles and challenges, then join the race of progress, and become Asian tiger again. This enthusiasm will bring about a revolution in Pakistan and change its destiny,” he added.

The PML-N supreme leader said that his party was completely supported by the country’s youth and he will make Pakistan an ‘Asian Tiger.’

Nawaz Sharif further stated, “We have to come out of this era; we have to make the country an ‘Asian Tiger’. Shehbaz Sharif should utilise this passion for Pakistan and change the country’s destiny.”

He said that the PML-N government would make the road of Khudian better than of those in Paris, establish universities for youth besides providing laptops and computers to them.

The former prime minister said that their government would provide jobs to the youth of Khudian.

He also promised to build stadium in Khudian. He said that he would bring Shehbaz Sharif to inaugurate it, and they would play the opening match in this stadium.

Nawaz Sharif said, “Those who used to say that the youth will get 10 million jobs, where are those jobs and where have the houses gone?”

He said, “Vegetables were available at Rs10 per kg during my tenure as PM, roti was available for Rs4.”

The PML-N supremo further said, “We are holding the last rally in Khudian and hoped that the youth present here will join us on Feb 8. The enthusiasm of the youth is exemplary.”

Nawaz said that Pakistan was on the path of progress under his leadership. “During my tenure, Pakistan experienced prosperity. We were busy ending load-shedding, constructing motorways, providing cheap gas and electricity to the people. We were busy eradicating terrorism and facilitating farmers. Meanwhile, they (PTI) were busy in staging sit-ins,” he added.

“In our time, a tractor could be purchased for 800,000 rupees, and today it costs 3.8 million rupees. So, whose era was better?”

“While the elections are scheduled for the 8th, today feels like a celebration. The youth are present in large numbers, symbolising the nation’s strength. Even those with white beards are young. We are all youthful,” he concluded.

 

Maryam urges PTI youth to bury politics of hate, revenge

Senior Vice President and Chief Organizer Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Maryam Nawaz has urged all political forces of the country to make collective efforts for ‘burying politics of hate and revenge’.

While addressing a public gathering in Kasur on Tuesday, she asked the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers to set aside the politics of hate and think for larger interest of country.

Maryam Nawaz while thanking the people of Kasur for their continuous support for PML-N said that she and her father Mian Nawaz Sharif faced political victimization during the last 6 to 7 years. Every line was crossed to punish Nawaz Sharif and to wipe him out of the political area, she added.

Those who wanted to end the political career of Nawaz Sharif failed as today the politics is beginning and ending in the former premier’s name, she added.

The Senior Vice President of PML-N also appealed to the masses to vote for PML-N on February 8.

She promised that the process of development projects that was halted after ousting Nawaz Sharif from power would be revived again.

 ‘Nawaz never called any COAS Mir Jafar or Mir Sadiq’

PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif, speaking on the occasion, remarked that while Nawaz Sharif has been ousted from power three times, he has never called any army chief Mir Jafar or Mir Sadiq.

Shehbaz asserted that Nawaz Sharif is the one who has undertaken developmental projects across Pakistan, stating, “Nawaz Sharif, upon being elected as prime minister for the fourth time on February 8, will alleviate the people’s difficulties.”

He further remarked on the performance of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) in Sindh, stating that despite their claims to transform Karachi into Lahore, they have failed to undertake developmental work in Karachi. He quipped, “Some promise to turn Karachi into Lahore, what else is left to say!”

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