LODHRAN

The public, through historic mandate in the local bodies elections, has buried the politics of ‘lies and confrontation’, PML-N stalwart Hamza Shahbaz declared.

Addressing a public meeting in Ghailwal area of Lodhran on Sunday, MNA Hamza Shahbaz emphasised that PTI Chairman Imran Khan should be able enough to face the Pakistani nation in an honest manner. He questioned as to who the PTI chairman would make a new Pakistan in the presence of “looter and those who got waived off bank loans on his right and left?

The public meeting was held in connection with election campaign for PML-N candidate for by-election to NA-154 Siddiq Khan Baloch.

Producing purported evidence of banks loans allegedly got waived off by Jahangir Tareen, he alleged that those who attempted to hijack Islamabad for 126 days “in fact conspired against national development and to stop $46 Chinese investment.”

He claimed that the Supreme Judicial Council had dispelled as unfound all those allegations levelled from (container).

Hamza Shahbaz claimed that the nation is witnessed to the success and achievements made by the government, as it has seen “publicity gimmicks and politics of confrontation” over the past two and half years.

He said that December 23, would be the day of success for the PML-N in by-election to NA-154 Lodhran which will help to strengthen the journey of development and prosperity.

“It will not be the success of a party or man, rather it will be the victory of Pakistan,” he described. He said that the government is committed to eliminating terrorism from the country and all-out efforts are being made to bring back peace and rest in Karachi to make it the city of lights once again. He said that several projects have been initiated to eradicate power loadshedding from the country by 2017, adding that problems being faced by people of NA-154 would be addressed at war footing.

PML-N candidate in NA-154 by-poll Siddiq Khan Baloch, MNA from NA-155 Abdur Rehman Kanju, MPA Ahmed Khan Baloch and Nazir Khan Baloch also addressing the public meeting.