Lahore (July 05, 2018): Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) will unveil its manifesto today ahead of the July 25 general election.
Former CM Punjab and PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif will make public the party’s manifesto during a press conference in Lahore today
“The party’s manifesto addresses challenges faced by the country today and expounds PML-N’s plan of action for the development of the country,” the sources added.“It also includes a strategy to further improve the security situation across the country, including Karachi and Balochistan,” the sources further said.
Provision of education and healthcare as well as power generation are a part of the manifesto, the sources continued.
Nawaz Sharif Rules Out Election 2018 Boycott:
Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Quaid and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif rehashed rhetoric of pre-poll rigging plot in the forthcoming elections and vowed PML-N will Never Stage boycott of the election.
“Those plotting for premeditated rigging in the forthcoming polls are living in an illusion. We are noting even trivial developments”, warned Sharif while talking to media outside Harley hospital London.“I will soon return to Pakistan just after closely taking a review of new city skin report of Begum Kalsoom Nawaz,” he said.
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He mentioned whoever is indulged in this perilous plot is guilty of subjecting the country to injustice. He said, ‘I want to fulfil my national responsibility and will visit Pakistan as soon as Kulsoom’s condition gets better”.
PML-N Wont Boycott Polls: Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
PML-N leader and Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi had said that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz would not boycott the upcoming general elections.
In a statement issued from Islamabad, he said, we will not be a part of any conspiracy which may worsen the situation in the country with negative impacts on the national economy.Khaqan Abbasi suggested that the Accountability Court should give its verdict in the Avenfield case after the general elections.