Will destroy Niazi-Zardari nexus: Shehbaz Sharif | Pakistan
GUJRANWALA: Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif said on Sunday that if God wants, his party will sever the Niazi-Zardari connection, adding that they did nothing for the public.
Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif arrived at the Jinnah Stadium and began performing at the rally of the Pakistan Muslim League – Navas.
Shehbaz said that Imran Khan and former president Asif Ali Zardari are not competent enough to show their faces to the public in the province their parties are in power.
He said that his party had put on a performance.
After the next elections he will present the subway project in Gujranwala, said the Punjab KM in his address.
Shehbaz Sharif joking with a fighter
Before the rally began, the Punjab KM, demonstrating his wrestling skills, jokingly suppressed a fighter who came to greet him.
The trick received applause and greetings from the crowd. When Shehbaz Sharif arrived on the stage, he was presented with "gurz" (iron ax) and a turban.
CM Punjab previously opened projects before turning to rally. These projects included Jinnah Flyover, a digital library plan and an innovative two-way road from Sheikhupura to Gujranwala.
Training at the Jinnah Stadium in Gujranwala was made with tough security measures in the city.
A heavy contingent of police forces is stationed at a stadium where party workers
The political parties intensified their campaigns to speed up the 2018 general election as soon as possible.
Earlier in the day, Maryam Navas took part in the conference of social networks of the party in Rawalpindi. In her address, she slammed "those who hate Nawaz Sharif" for attacking him, arguing that this was part of "planning against the leader."
A former seminary student threw a shoe at former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during the event at an early stage.
Maryam said that this incident only increased the popularity of the popularity of PML-N Nawaz, as can be seen from the convention.
"The enemies of Nawaz Sharif are cowards. Only those who were defeated resorted to such tactics, "she said at the meeting.
Then she continued to criticize the chairman of Pakistan, Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, for propagating the culture of cruel language.