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Shehbaz eyes PML-N’s landslide victory in Feb 8 elections

Shehbaz eyes PML-N’s landslide victory in Feb 8 elections

Shehbaz eyes PML-N’s landslide victory in Feb 8 elections

SIALKOT: (Suno News) PML-N leader and former prime minister Shehbaz Sharif claimed that his party’s lion symbol would easily defeat PPP’s arrow in the forthcoming general elections.

He made these remarks after PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto repeated criticism against the PML-N for its leader Nawaz Sharif’s aspiration to become fourth time prime minister of Pakistan.

Addressing a rally in Sialkot, Shehbaz Sharif said that today, the sea of people was testifying that the sun of February 8 would rise with the PML-N’s victory. “Our opponents wrongly say that PML-N does not go out and hold rallies. Are we sitting in a room in Sialkot today?” he said.

The former prime minister maintained, “One of our political philanthropists sometimes takes out a workers’ card, sometimes a farmers’ card and sometimes a card in the meetings as if it were a referee of a football match. But on February 8, the public will throw them out of the field by showing them a yellow card.”

He said that Nawaz Sharif was ousted from the government in 2017 thereby stopping the journey of prosperity of Pakistan. During the first term of Nawaz, the country started development and made India’s teeth sour with nuclear explosions, he said and added that Nawaz Sharif had been offered 5 billion dollars offer but he rejected it and preferred the national interest.

“You remember that Nawaz Sharif distributed millions of laptops to youth, offered educational scholarships worth Rs20 billion, and also gave billions of rupees under the employment scheme to millions of children. “if Nawaz is given another chance, he would make the country prosperous,” he said.

Earlier, Shehbaz Sharif urged the PPP chairman to refrain from making the political atmosphere “tense” and not ot take political rivalries too far.

Bilawal has repeatedly criticised the PML-N during his election campaign with less than two weeks to go to the February 8 general polls.

On Friday, Bilawal had proposed a debate between him and Nawaz. “Across the globe, presidential and prime ministerial candidates participate in televised debates, providing voters with crucial insights into their agendas. This transparency is vital for an informed electorate ahead of the voting process,” he had said.

In reply to the challenge, Shehbaz Sharif had stated it would have been better if the “gentlemen” had invited Nawaz to an inspection of Sindh than a debate.

 

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