Nawaz Sharif vows to bring new constitution of Pakistan


Nawaz Sharif while addressing his party supporters at Data Darbar has said that I will bring a new constitution and a new system in Pakistan.

He has endorsed the steps taken by Chairman Senate with regards to the new debate in Senate involving all the state organs.

The 67-year-old decried his ouster, saying he could not complete his tenure every time he came to power. "Isn't my disqualification an insult to your vote. Isn't this an insult to the mandate of 200 million people?" he questioned.

"This has been the precedent for the past 70 years. Few conspire against an elected government and derail it. Such incidents remind me of the 1971 debacle. 

We have to prevent such incidents or I fear Pakistan will be doomed."

Recalling the development projects his PML-N party had initiated, Nawaz said Pakistan was geared towards economic development until his "fateful disqualification" in 2017.

"Pakistan was on the brink of bankruptcy when I came to power."

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