PML-N support: Nawaz urges religious parties to come forward

Appeals to religious parties to prepare a comprehensive agenda for the prosperity of Pakistan.


Our Correspondent March 29, 2012

LAHORE:


Chief of his own faction of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday urged religious parties to jointly prepare a plan for the betterment of Pakistan, which would be supported by his party.


Addressing a conference titled “Istehkam-e-Pakistan, Hamari Zimedariayan” at the Jamia Naeemia at Garhi Shaho, Nawaz lashed out at the regimes of the past eight years and laid the blame for electricity load-shedding at their door.

He said that the late Dr Sarfraz Naeemi, a cleric known for his anti-terrorism views, had sacrificed his life in his struggle against terrorism. In 2009, Naeemi was killed by a suicide bomber for his stance against ‘Talibanisation’ in the country.

He appealed to religious parties, who believe in reforms, democracy and supremacy of the Constitution, to prepare a comprehensive agenda for the prosperity of Pakistan.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 29th, 2012.

COMMENTS (1)

Abid Malik | 9 years ago | Reply

This is not a coalition with religious parties but a collusion. Sharifs don't care except getting into power.

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