'PM won't resign due to pressure by political parties'

PML-N leaders hold rally in Karachi to show support for Nawaz Sharif


Mudaser Kazi April 24, 2017
PM Nawaz gestures at supporters. PHOTO: PML-N

KARACHI: Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif will not resign due to the pressure of any political party, said Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) Sindh President Babu Sarfaraz Jatoi, while addressing Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Himmayat rally organised in Karachi on Sunday.

The party supporters marched from PML-N House at Karsaz to Karachi Press Club to express support for their leader. Responding to the protests against the PM held across the city, the leaders of PML-N said the mandate to the ruling party has been given by the people and not by the political parties.

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They advised Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Co-Chairperson Asif Zardari to focus on Sindh government and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairperson Imran Khan to focus on Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and resolve the issues of the people in their provinces. "We support the court judgment and the Panama verdict will be implemented according to the law," Jatoi said.

The leaders of the ruling party raised a question that who is supporting model Ayyan Ali and other corrupt people in Sindh. They claimed that rallies will be organised across the country in favour of the PM and soon a huge gathering will be held in Karachi in which the PM will announce a development project for the people of Karachi.

The PML-N leaders warned that if the opposition party workers and leaders hold a sit-in in front of PM House, the supporters of PML-N will also hold a demonstration and sit-in outside the residences of PPP leaders.

Party leaders who were present on the occasion included Senator Nehal Hashmi, Saleem Zia and Munawar Raza.

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Lolz | 4 years ago | Reply They should say 'PM won't resign due to moral and ethical pressures.'
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