Nawaz to hold power show in Peshawar on February 4

Political show will aim at exposing 'flawed' governance of PTI led K-P government

Rameez Khan January 29, 2018
Political show will aim at exposing 'flawed' governance of the PTI led K-P government. PHOTO: FILE

LAHORE: The Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) is expected to hold its next power show in Peshawar on February 4.

After Nawaz Sharif's disqualification, the PML-N has been holding political rallies across the country to galvanise support not only for next elections but to also make the July 28 decision controversial.

According to the sources, the political show will aim at exposing the 'flawed' governance of the PTI-led K-P government.

The progress in Punjab was an evidence of the PML-N’s dedication and sincerity towards the people of this country.

PPP flexes muscles in power show

Confirming the political rally of February 4, Senator Perveiz Rashid said that after Peshawar's political gathering, the PML-N will hold a function at Muzaffarabad on February 5 to celebrate the Kashmir day. He said that it would not be a political function.

He denied reports of a meeting at Jati Umrah on Sunday.

He said that no such meeting as telecast by media took place and since no meeting took place, any major decision taken in it was completely out of question.

To a question on the return of Begum Kulsoom Nawaz to Pakistan, he said she is scheduled to undergo her last chemotherapy.

He said that it will be only after her chemo, doctors will decide whether she should return to Pakistan or not.


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