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


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.


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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