MANSEHRA – Former prime minister and PML-N supreme leader Nawaz Sharif for the first time has unveiled his strategy.
He has said that people have refused to accept the court’s decision against him and that the ruling will have to be changed through an overwhelming majority in parliament.
Addressing a public gathering in Mansehra on Sunday, the former premier said that he was ousted for not taking salary from his son. “There is only one way to alter the decision… through a majority in parliament,” he said.
He criticised PTI chief Imran Khan, saying he (Imran) could stage sit-ins only. “People have rejected him,” Nawaz added, and vowed to bring a “real change” to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). Nawaz said that there was no change in KP and Sindh.
He said that “naya” Pakistan can be seen in Lahore. “If we get the opportunity to form the government once more, we will change the fate of KP and Sindh.”
He claimed credit for “elimination” of load shedding, terrorism and peace restoration in Karachi. He added that those conspiring against Pakistan had been failed.