Bad weather: Nawaz Sharif postpones Sindh visit

Sharif was scheduled to arrive in Karachi today to address press conference on senior leaders joining PML-N.

Web Desk June 26, 2012

KARACHI: Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif has postponed his visit to Sindh scheduled for today (Tuesday) due to bad weather conditions, Express News reported.

Sharif was supposed to address a press conference in the morning to announce senior leaders, including former provincial minister Haji Shafi Mohammad Jamot, joining the PML-N.

According to party provincial leader Dr Taj Mohammad, Sharif was also expected to attend another press briefing at the residence of PML-N leader Liaquat Jatoi, where more announcements about new members were to be made.

Sharif’s last visit to Karachi was in January this year to attend the election of the Sindh council.

In the last few months, he has made a number of visits to Sindh, addressing rallies and meeting nationalist and anti-government leaders in Sukkur, Shikarpur and Jacobabad.


Beatle | 9 years ago | Reply

How can a PRINCE take extra 2 degrees of temperature? You can well imagine their feelings towards ordinary people.

Uza Syed | 9 years ago | Reply

@Barooq: What else do you do, if not bash, to someone, who acts and looks like a boxer and, judging from his utterances, even thinks like a boxer?

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