PMLN unveils election manifesto with Pakistan Ko Nawaz Do slogan


Pakistan Ko Nawaz Do: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) supremo Nawaz Sharif unveiled the much-awaited election manifesto of the party. The manifesto was launched with the slogan “Pakistan Ko Nawaz Do”.

Speaking to the media following the manifesto’s release, the leader of the PML-N stated that his party would see to it that the policies outlined in the manifesto are carried out, emphasizing that the nation’s economic situation is its main issue. Nawaz criticized the PTI, the Imran Khan-founded party that won the 2018 elections and created a government, saying, “You broke the poor’s back through inflation. The electricity was never turned off while I was there, but you did.”

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According to Nawaz Sharif, some people don’t even have a manifesto, and action is a distant concept. He did, however, state that his goal is to rid the nation of all issues. He said that a car that was valued at Rs. 2 million during his administration is now worth Rs. 10 million, while a tractor that was valued at Rs. 900,000 during his administration.

Speaking to the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the former prime minister stated that they now needed to demonstrate their accountability. The people of KP need to know the kind of man they are giving a chance. Reiterating that he has always conducted politics based on values, he is now focused on the politics of development rather than retaliation. The country would have looked different if we had been free to work without hindrance.

The party’s Manifesto Committee Chairman, Senator Irfan Siddiqui, opened the manifesto launch by stating that nothing in it would prevent the PML-N from assuming power. He said the leader of the PML-N gave the committee instructions not to put anything in the manifesto that the party would not be able to carry out in the future.

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