PML-N will replace 'gang of thieves' in next elections: Shahbaz Sharif

Only Nawaz Sharif has the capability to bring peace to Balochistan, says Shahbaz.

Owais Jafri February 24, 2012

VEHARI: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) will replace the “gang of thieves” in the next general elections, said Shahbaz Sharif on Friday.

Speaking to media in Vehari, Shahbaz said that only PML-N chairman Nawaz Sharif has the capability to bring peace to Balochistan. “It’s about time we address the grievances of the people of Balochistan; there are no rebels in Balochistan, it is just the feeling of being discriminated,” Shahbaz said.

Shahbaz alleged that the current government was encouraging US in matters related to Balochistan. “US can see [human rights abuses in] Balochistan but US will never see Kashmir, Palestine and Afghanistan,” he added.

“We should first ask for an apology from our Baloch brothers and then endow them with their rights,” Shahbaz suggested.

PML-N against corruption

The Punjab Chief Minister stated that “the entire nation is joining hands with PML-N against corruption of the government.”

He further challenged that if anyone could prove corruption charges against him, he, along with his entire Punjab leadership, will resign from government posts.


Imtiaz | 9 years ago | Reply

I wonder why only Zardari is being criticized, there are lot of peoples who are required by NAB, did any Government (1996-2007) tried to retrieve looted money but to keep them on run. we all know our guys who were just like an ordinary person before 1980 but now have billions of rupees no matter which party they belong or which office they hold, because every one need his/her share in corruption. Only the aim is to keeping the opponents away from the Govt office. Supreme Court should stop witch-hunting of PPP. I want to ask why Supreme Court did not touch Mehran bank scandal, Hudeeba paper mill and several other pending cases against PML-N leaders. The hobnobbing between PML-N and Judiciary would be harmful for democracy.

AM | 9 years ago | Reply

LOL :)

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