Nawaz Sharif vows revenge in 2018 election

Pauline Gross
February 22, 2018

"The president of the Pakistan Muslim League â€" N (PML-N) challenged that nobody can prove that he received any bribe, even as smallest amount as ten rupees.

The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday issued yet another notice to the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) regarding anti-judiciary remarks made by former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz.

During his speech delivered to party s supporters, Nawaz said that those who look out for "umpire's finger" would fail in the elections this year. Nawaz complained that he wasn't allowed to complete his five-year tenure despite being elected for that time period by the people.

Referring to elected Prime Ministers' incomplete term, Sharif warned that the country's future is at stake, if the history repeated itself. He said his political opponents did nothing other than telling lies to the people and hurling false allegations, whereas PML-N actually served the masses. "Whatever has been happening in this country for 70 years has to change".

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Addressing a large public meeting here on Sunday, the former prime minister, without mentioning names, asked the leaderships of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf and the Pakistan Peoples Party to tell the nation how many projects their governments had initiated during their stints in power.

She said that the army is the only institution which is working for the good of the country, and she did not want to badmouth such a prestigious institute.

Following Maryam's arrival, the local traders' association presented Maryam with a crown.

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