MNA Alamdad Lalika refutes his resignation from assembly, leaving PML-N
LAHORE:Memeber National Assembly of Pakistan Muslim League-N from NA-167 Bahawalnagar district, Alamdad Lalika on Tuesday strongly contradicted the news-item which appeared in a section of press regarding his resignation from assembly membership and leaving PML-N.
He termed the news as baseless and against the facts.
In a statement issued here, MNA Alamdad Lalika said he had strong faith over the leadership of PML-N Quaid Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and President PML-N Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif and his loyalty would remain intact with PML-N till his last breath.
He said mentioning his name in a press conference by some assembly members last day regarding leaving PML-N was a deceitfulness act.
He said neither he gave resignation from the National Assembly, nor he had changed the party. He said he could not even imagine to join any other political party.
Alamdad Lalika said President PML-N Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif completed projects worth billions of rupees for the development and prosperity of the people of southern Punjab.
He said Daanish School, hospitals having modern treatment facilities, construction of educational institutes, provision of employment, providing stipends to the deserving students on priority basis had become possible in PML-N's tenure.
He said the areas being neglected by the past governments had been developed under the leadership of Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif. APP/AFP