Will continue to fight for sanctity of vote: Nawaz Sharif | Pakistan
GUJRAT: Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Sunday that he will continue the struggle to preserve the sanctity of the vote.
Nawaz Sharif spoke at a public meeting in Gujrat, the day after his party won in the polls of the Senate.
The rally is held on the football field of the Kotl Arab Al Khan, where the daughter of Nawaz Sharif, Mariam Nawaz, also spoke at the meeting.
In his address, the former prime minister said that his vision and narrative had reached Kotly.
"I know that you decided to make a decisive battle," Nawaz told the crowd.
Nawaz said that the documents of the Senate of his party's candidates were rejected, as he signed him as president of PML-N.
"Thus, power plants and highways should also be closed, because they have my signature," the former prime minister said.
Nawaz said that the next government would be from PML-N, adding that whenever he makes a promise, he fulfills it.
Nawaz said he is confident that the people of Kotly will not back down when it comes to protecting the holiness of voting.
The former prime minister said that there are no statements
He further said that he is ready for accountability if any statement is proven against him, arguing that the decisions taken against him are based on to sweep.
Opponents recognized defeat: Maryam Nawaz
Former daughter of Prime Minister Maryam Nawaz also earlier spoke at the meeting, saying that recent poll results showed that the opponents had failed.
She said that none of the allegations were proven against Nawaz Sharif.
"Power and power do not remain forever, fear Allah," said Maryam Nawaz.
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The former first daughter said that political opponents can see the inevitable defeat in 2018.
A 10-foot and 120-foot stage was prepared for the leaders of the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz, while the chairs were placed for more than 30,000 participants.
In addition to Nawaz and Mariam, Perviz Rashid of PML-N, Khawaja Saad Rafik, Asif Kirmani and others will also turn to
PML-N leaders hold a rally after their participation in the Senate's polls, according to unofficial results.
Supported independent candidates from PML-N won 15 seats in the Senate across the country, unofficial and unchecked results showed on Saturday.
Independent candidates, supported by PML-N, secured 11 of the 12 seats in the Punjab Assembly, and also made two more places in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
In the federal capital, PML-N, supported by Mushahid Hussein Said, placed the place of a technocrat, and Asad Junjo won a common place. The ruling party also managed to secure two seats from the CP.