Nawaz invites youth to 'make a new Pakistan' with him

PML-N chief vows to make a 'new Pakistan', says country's future is in danger in the hands of current rulers.

Ema Anis May 19, 2012

HAFIZABAD: Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif, reaching out to youth during his rally in Hafizabad on Saturday, said that he has faith in them, as they will lead the country forward. “Nawaz Sharif is still young. His determination is young, courage is also young,” he boomed.

“We are determined to make a new Pakistan. You help us and we will help you. Together we will make a new Pakistan,” Nawaz said while addressing participants.

The party leader stated that he had not come to the city to summon votes or to run for elections, however, he went on to bash the ruling government and said that it won’t be long till the current rulers face defeat. “I have come to tell you that the country’s future is in danger.”

He further went on to boast about his party’s achievements during its years in power. “Remember the era of Nawaz Sharif. Everything was cheaper… the poor would live a life of honour, had food to eat, children would go to schools. And look at today’s situation," he compared.

“Corruption is at its peak, and people are tired of the inflation and joblessness.”

The PML-N has been rallying across the country as part of a protest movement launched to force Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani to step down from office after he was convicted for contempt by the Supreme Court.


ahsan | 9 years ago | Reply

Mian Sahab (PML-N) for that matter, too little too late!! We are no longer fools or easy prey for you to misguide and betray, kindly get your own house in order, reflect back on your acts and then seek the audacity to call out to us youth.

Gul Muhammad | 9 years ago | Reply

Allah bless Nawaz Sharif.

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