Nawaz Sharif to reach Quetta on Nov 14.
Khawaja Saad Rafique, a senior leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), emphasized the need for electoral alliances for the country’s prosperity during a press conference in Karachi with Ayaz Sadiq on Sunday.
“Right now, our focus is to go for the electoral alliance and partnership,’’ Rafique said.
He took a swipe at the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), saying, “The PTI has harmed the country’s political landscape’’.
“The PML-N does not believe in subtracting anybody from politics,’’ Rafique said.
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Rafique expressed gratitude to parties supporting Nawaz Sharif as a potential next premier and lamented the lack of priority given to Karachi and other cities for many decades.
“We want to see an improvement in the country’s situation following the general elections”.
Nawaz Sharif to reach Quetta on Nov 14 is going to open a new chapter in the politics of Pakistan.
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