Will rebel against policies of disrespecting vote, says Nawaz in Bahawalpur | Pakistan
BAHAWALPUR: Nawaz Sharif, the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), on Friday closed the tendency of "disrespectful voting" and said that he is rebelling against such a policy of the last 70 years.
"In the last 70 years there has been no stone left on stone to destroy Pakistan … I rebelled against everything that happened during the last 70 years," he said in his address to the rally here on Friday.
The outgoing prime minister repeated his objection to his disqualification by the Supreme Court and said that he was sent in packing, because he did not receive a salary from his son's company.
Criticizing political opponents, PML-N Quaid said his party rid the country of the major problems that no other party has done.
"Was there any other side building a motorway or power stations in the country," he asked.
Before the speech of Nawaz, his daughter Maryam Nawaz slammed the chief of Pakistan, Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran X (19459006)
"Imran cried, wheezed that his senators were sold to the PPS, now he donated of all his supporters Zardari, "said Maryam at the time when he entered into an alliance with the party of the Pakistani people. turning to the rally.
Slamming the chief of the PTI, she asked whether the true leaders sell their votes "on the open market" when they are in their interests.
On the eve of Nawaz's daughter Maryam Nawaz appealed to PMLN in social networks in Faisalabad, where she spoke of contempt of court notices issued to her father's leaders, stating that contempt for judicial legislation can not be used to protect the weak and unjust decisions.
Maryam also spoke about the national responsibility of the Bureau referring to the former prime minister and said that the time for the body of inquiry had expired.
She said that nothing was found against Nawaz Sharif in the ongoing cases of corruption in Pas t six months.