SADIQABAD - Two PML-N leaders hailing from Rahim Yar Khan and Sadiqabad during separate meeting under the party’s mass contact campaign tried to convince the participants that only their party leadership could steer the country out of crises, saying vote for the PML-N in the general elections

PML-N Rahim Yar Khan city president M Amir Shahbaz said that Pakistan is on the verge of bankruptcy as the corrupt rulers have looted the national exchequer with both hands, and resultantly bogged down the people in the quagmire of problems.

He said that the double standard of the PPP has exposed with the resignation of the MQM ministers, he said. The whole nation was on the roads to get rid of the looters, he also said. Various leaders have defected the PPP and jumped on the bandwagon of the PML-N to save the country under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif, he added.

During the mass contact campaign of the party at Satellite Town, he said that the people were facing a number of crises because of the federal government’s policies introduced to prolong the rule by putting the national integrity at stake. He added, however, the PML-N during two-time rule served the nation, improved the image of Pakistan, and also took revolutionary steps for the public welfare.

Talking to the media at Kasar-e-Ghazi Bhong, PML-N leader Raees Munir Ahmad has pledged to get approved educational projects including a cadet college, a medical college and an engineering university in Sadiqabad if the people elect him in the forthcoming elections.

He said that Punjab Chief Minister would soon visit Bhong and address a public meeting soon. He claimed that he always took steps to provide facilities to the people at their doorsteps in NA-197 constituency.

“The people were jolted into the quagmire of problems but we ensured provision of basic facilities and removed their deprivations. The PML-N provided a huge amount for the development of South Punjab, besides approving a number of development projects for the region,” he said. “For the new generation, the establishment of the colleges and an engineering university is necessary and to get these projects approved would be my top priority.”