SADIQABAD - A PML-N Labour Wing leader said that the increasing price hike in the country would cause early ouster of the present federal government while the Insaf Students Federation Punjab president said that the youth would bring about revolution in the country through elections under the leadership of Imran Khan separate occasion.

Talking to the media in Sadiqabad, Mian Ehsanul Haq said that propaganda was being carried out against his party and leadership, adding that every party activist was united and strong like a rock. He observed that the nation had pinned its hopes on Nawaz Sharif, the party chief as the PML-N had become the strongest political party of the country.

Under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif, he said, the activists had stepped in to save the people from corrupt rulers. He added that his party leadership was fighting a war for the people’s rights and termed Mr Nawaz a real leader.

He maintained that the Punjab government was making efforts round the clock to provide basic amenities to the people while the PPP-led government was busy looting the national exchequer. Thus, the people would vote for the PML-N candidates in the forthcoming general elections so that the country could run on the path of development and prosperity. However, the Insaf Students Federation Punjab president said that the national youth would bring about revolution in the country through the forthcoming general elections by making Imran Khan the prime minister of Pakistan. 

During a luncheon, Muhammad Usman Gujjar, the provincial president of ISF, directed the ISF leaders and activists to spread the vision of Imran Khan to every nook and corner of the country. He directed the students of various educational institutions to convey the party chairman’s message to their collegiate. He claimed that the ISF was the country’s only party whose youth policy had been devised by the youth themselves and the policy would be implemented after coming to power.

He said that the party chairman had pinned his high hopes on students, adding that the youth wing was like the backbone of his party.

He was addressing the ISF office-bearers and activists hailing from across Rahim Yar Khan district. On the occasion, ISF district president Suleman Ahmad was also president. Addressing the participants, district Secretary General said that the organisation’s units had been set up across the district and it had become stronghold of the party.