LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-N leader Maryam Nawaz Saturday said that there was a strong relationship between country’s progress and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif.
Addressing a traders convention here, she said “whenever Nawaz Sharif comes to power, he gets a country afflicted with a lot of challenges. And when the country starts making progress and attaining stability, his government is sent packing.”
She said that in 2013, Pakistan was facing severe electricity loadshedding crisis and business activities were suffering in the country.
While commenting on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) yesterday’s public gathering in Lahore, she said that people had rejected those who do politics of conspiracies.
She said that the country was changing “and now the politics of sit-ins, Panama, Iqama and conspiracies will not succeed”.
The PML-N leader urged the people to come out in the support of Nawaz Sharif and for the sanctity of their vote on September 17 (NA-120 by-polls day).— APP