Nawaz Sharif will change hopelessness into hope: Marriyum Aurangzeb
Lahore: (Suno News) Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Marriyum Aurangzeb Saturday said: “Today is not the day of lying. Today is the day of telling the truth. Nawaz Sharif will change hopelessness into hope. The PML-N supremo will fix the economy.”
While talking to the media, she said that Nawaz Sharif would not go to Jati Umrah, adding that he would come straight from the airport to Minar-ePakistan.
She said that many people were busy creating memes, trying to spread fake news.
“People are busy spreading propaganda. My advice to these people is to relax today, for creating memes will not help,” she pointed out.
“Apart from those who are coming to the rally, the eyes of people across the country are on Minar-e-Pakistan. Two days ago, caravans started moving from all over the country to reach Minar-e-Pakistan. Nawaz Sharif is coming back to Pakistan with a new hope,” she added.
She also said that there was CPEC in the country when Nawaz Sharif was the prime minister.
“Nawaz Sharif ended loadshedding and gave employment to the youth. He is coming to Pakistan with the hope that the country will progress again. Nawaz Sharif has said he will eliminate hatred from the country,” she emphasised.
Earlier, former prime minister and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif reached Islamabad from Dubai after four years in a chartered plane.
“It is a matter of concern why the situation has reached this stage. Things are bad. We have to fix these things ourselves. We are the people of May 28, not May 9,” he said while talking to the media at Dubai Airport.
Nawaz said that he was happy to return to Pakistan after four years, adding that the conditions in the country were not as good as they were in 2017.
“The country’s conditions would have been better today. Instead of moving forward, Pakistan was pushed backwards,” he lamented.
He said that cases against him had caused damage to the country.
“We should not lose hope. It is very disturbing to see the situation in Pakistan. Pakistan had bid farewell to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The country should have been among great nations,” he emphasised.
“Our priority regarding elections is what the election commission will say. What the election commission says will be my priority. I hope the election commission will conduct transparent elections. We are ready for the election. Only the election commission can make the best decision regarding elections,” he added.
“My heart is very sad to see the situation in Pakistan,” he said.