Infostani Soueces- Nawaz Sharif, the leader of the Muslim League (N), asserted during a PML-N Parliamentary Board meeting that no accusations of violating the constitution or laws or working against Pakistan’s interests, have been leveled against him. He acknowledged that despite facing attacks, he has endured the consequences, emphasizing that he spent time in exile and jails rather than being in government. Sharif highlighted the peaceful conditions in Karachi, a city he claimed to have contributed to establishing, yet expressed disappointment that the votes often sway elsewhere during elections.
Reflecting on his tenure, Nawaz Sharif recalled being Prime Minister in 1999 and later accused of hijacking. He attributed his removal to manipulations using the black law dictionary. Comparing the past to 2017, he lamented the current reversal of progress. Citing the economic prosperity and global recognition Pakistan enjoyed during his leadership. Sharif criticized the injustice faced silently and questioned the sudden shift in his political status from morning to night.
Addressing development projects, he questioned the incomplete motorway from Sukkur to Hyderabad. Also criticized the government’s failure to continue its initiatives, pointing to the closure of RTS in 2018. Nawaz Sharif asserted that if his government had persisted, the motorway would have been completed by 2020. He emphasized his party’s contributions to infrastructure, power plants, dams, and highway improvements across various regions.
Nawaz Sharif’s Concerns for Karachi: Development Delays, Election Dynamics, and a Proposal for a Superior Motorway
Expressing concern for Karachi, Nawaz Sharif questioned the delay in completing vital projects like the clean drinking water initiative and the stalled green line buses. Despite claiming credit for establishing peace in Karachi, he noted the tendency of voters to support different parties in elections, citing examples from Chitral.
In a lighter tone, Sharif proposed the construction of a superior motorway from Karachi to Hyderabad. Challenging his party leaders to prepare the funds. He urged the people of Karachi to support his party. Especially hinting at Shehbaz Sharif’s potential participation in upcoming elections from the city. Nawaz Sharif also intervened in a personal request from a woman seeking her husband’s release. Instructing Rana Sana to address the matter.