MURIDKE: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif Saturday said that the passion of people would bring about a revolution in the country and the sanctity of vote would be restored.
ddressing a large gathering of the PML-N workers here, he said such a large gathering was a sign of defeat of those who ousted an elected prime minister and those who kept the country hostage for last seventy years.
“Nawaz Sharif did not make any treason, he did not commit any corruption, did not take any kickbacks or commission and committed no embezzlement,” he told the charged gathering.
“I was deposed only on the charges of not getting salary from my son,” he said.
“Do you accept the verdict of dismissal of your elected prime minister,” he asked the people.
He was of the view that a revolution is needed in the country as the votes of the people have been disgraced here.
“No matter if I have been dismissed. But your enthusiasm shows that I am alive in your hearts. I honour your commitment and promise if you stand by me, I shall fulfil my commitment of national progress,” he added.
Nawaz said that a joke had been made with the people of Pakistan for the last seventy years.
“Does it happen in any other civilised country,” he said, adding “this system has to be changed and the respect of your vote will have to be restored.”
“We will bring about a change and revolution. Will you support Nawaz Sharif,” he asked the sloganeering people, and got a big “yes” in response.— APP