LAHORE – In the background of ruling PPP’s bashing the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz following Supreme Court verdict in the Asghar Khan case, PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif asserted Monday the people will not be influenced by this propaganda at all.
“Keep faith that tomorrow belongs only and only to the PML-N that is poised to serve the masses once again like it did in the past,” the former premier affirmed while talking to Oraka military estate affectees and party office-bearers from that district in Model Town.
PML-N’s history had been full of struggle for the rule of law and supremacy of justice, Nawaz said, adding that his party had the track record of public service and works for the prosperity and development of the country.
The PML-N chief also called on his party members, office-bearers and workers to expedite mass contact and utilize their energies in solving public problems.
He carefully listened to the problems of the farm affectees, and promised every help and relief. He assured them that he would ask the Punjab chief minister to act for addressing their grievances.
The affectees appreciated Punjab government’s steps for the masses, and urged Nawaz Sharif to provide them houses in the military estate farms, Renala Khurd, near where in Kalyana Estate the Punjab government had provided 5,500 houses to the deserving people. They also apprised him about the cruelty of the Musharraf regime.
Sympathising with them, Nawaz said, “The administration of the military farm Okara should lend the best possible relief to the affected population.”
On the occasion Chaudhry Mumtaz, a former MPA and brother of late Ch Irshad, also announced to join the PML-N.
The PML-N office-holders for Okara presented to the chief a report on the party organisational matters and preparations for the next general elections.
The delegation comprised Brig (retd) Zahid Hassan, Syed Zahid Gilani, Syed Ashiq Kirmani, Rao Zaeem Mujataba , Rana Nazir, Nadeem Ashraf and others.
Despite propaganda, N will win polls, says Nawaz