LAHORE – PML-N President Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said that his party is determined to bring the lost prestige and glory back to Pakistan.
Talking to Dr Jamal Nasir, President Pakistan Green Task Force, who called on him here on Friday, Nawaz Sharif said the projects and schemes initiated by his governments in 90s were still giving recognition to Pakistan and the changes brought by his regime while in power, were still providing foundations for progress, prosperity and development of the country.
Sharif said that education, health and reforms and improvements in the social sector have always been the priority of the PML-N government and his party would continue to adhere to them in future as well.
Recalling his first tenure in power (1990-93), he said Pakistan was still recognized by the changes brought by the revolutionary projects at that time.
He said even other countries including India, had contacted them to be enlightened from the agenda and policies Pakistan government was pursuing. At that time, he said, Pakistan rupee valued more than Indian rupee and other currencies in the region while India was negotiating with his government for the purchase of electricity.
He regretted that today the situation was opposite but people should not be disappointed. Sharif said if by the grace of Almighty Allah and vote of the people, his party again came into power, he would bring back the lost prestige and pursue the welfare and development policies. Dr Jamal appreciated the steps taken by the PML-N and said the masses pinned great hope on the leadership of Nawaz Sharif.