BUREWALA - The candidates of Pakistan Muslim League-N and Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf for PP-233 claimed to win the Punjab Assembly seat in the forthcoming elections.
Irshad Ahmad Arain from the PML-N said that PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif was a leader of Muslim Ummah, and added the latter made Pakistan first nuclear power in the Muslim world. He noted that the PPP-led former government was responsible for spreading terrorism, corruption, loadshedding and unemployment in the country.
He said that on May 11, 2013, the people will vote for his part to start a new era of development in the country. He was addressing his party workers’ meeting. Pir Mohammad Iqbal Shah, PML-N city president Ghulam Rasool Zaidi, Pir Bakhtiar Alam Chishti, Faqir Ahmad, Bashir Ahmad Farooqi, Rana Muhammad Anwar and other leaders also addressed the workers.
Separately, Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf candidate Shahbaz Ahmad Dogar said that his party wanted change in judicial system of the country to provide relief to the common man.
He said that party chief Imran Khan was the only leader who could fulfil Allama Iqbal dream. He was addressing the party workers at his office after starting political campaign.
Dogar said May 11, 2013 would dawn with a message for the success of the PTI. He said, “We will take all the communities together. The PTI will win all the seats with majority. Imran Khan is a brave leader who could steer the country out of crises.” PTI candidate for NA-167 Riasat Ali Bhatti and local leaders including Amjad Ali Jutt, Malik Mushtaq Awan, Ghauri, Abdul Rauf, Khalid Nisar and Bashir Ahmad also addressed the meeting.
NAZIR RETURNS TO SILENCE RIVALS: Proving the doubters wrong, former National Assembly member and Independent Group Chief Chaudhry Nazir Ahmad Jutt returned from Saudi Arabia and started campaign of his candidates here on Friday.
The rumours swirled when he suddenly left for Saudi Arabia few days back, during election campaign of his two wives, two daughters and two nephews.
The opponents doubted that he had left the country to avoid legal action against fake degree case for which he had to resign from the National assembly seat in 2010.
However, these rumours silenced when Nazir returned from Saudi Arabia and started election campaign of his group candidates.