Rawalpindi - Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) local leader and aspirant for party ticket in NA-56 Barrister Danial Ahmed Chaudhry met former first daughter Maryam Nawaz Sharif at her residence in federal capital on Thursday.  He was also flanked by Nawaz Sharif Lovers Force District President Malik Abdul Sammad.          

During the meeting, PML-N local leaders Barrister Danial and Malik Abdul Sammad enquired about her ailing mother Begun Kalsoom Nawaz and prayed for her earlier recovery. The former first daughter Maryam Nawaz Sharif and the local party leaders reportedly discussed matters of mutual interests as well as the political situation in Rawalpindi, the stronghold of PML-N. 

Barrister Danial Ahmed Chaudhry, the son of N league stalwart and Senator Chaudhry Tanveer Ali Khan, earlier, briefed Maryam Nawaz about the performance of party leaders and workers in the constituencies of National Assembly of 54, 55 and 56 for the upcoming general elections.

He said he along with other party workers have been going in public for begging vote for the party. He told her the youth under the flag of Nawaz Sharif Lovers Force headed by Malik Abdul Sammad is also playing a vital role in garnering public support to win general election. Talking to The Nation, both leaders said the party is united under the leadership of Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif.  They claimed that the former premier is honest and innocent as no allegation levelled against him proved true. They said the political opponents of N league wanted to put the process of development and prosperity to a halt but leaders and workers of PML-N would not let that happen. Commenting on the sit in being staged by protestors of religious parties at Faizabad Bridge, Malik Abdul Sammad said the protestors should now move and open roads for public after Islamabad High Court (IHC) ordered them to pack up and leave.  He said the life in twin cities is paralyzed because of the blocked roads owing to the prolonged sit-in. The massive traffic jams on roads has been creating problems for office goers, students of schools, colleges and universities and other people.