Sharif vows to continue his campaign for public mandate respect

Frederick Owens
February 22, 2018

"Some people preach against wedding festivities and dancing, where some badmouth the army", she said.

The Minister of State for Information Marriyum Aurangzeb on Saturday said their opponents waited for the finger of the umpire but now the decisions would only be made by the people's thumbs.

"But, Nawaz Sharif is not scared of anyone but the almighty and we will change the 70-year-old history ... everyone will have to respect the sanctity of vote so that a handful of individuals can not oust the elected prime minister of 200 million people again", he remarked.

"Ladla (favourite) says he will learn a lesson from the loss in Lodhran. It will be the nation who will teach him a lesson".

She said Nawaz Sharif had been implicated in a "false and fabricated case of plane hijacking" and confined to Attock jail in 1999 and later exiled to Saudi Arabia for seven years.

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Pakistan's ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday accused the country's judiciary and powerful military of "conspiring" against him and asserted that he was not "afraid" of them.

He rhetorically asked Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan, without mentioning the name, and Pakistan People's Party (PPP), to tell the people how many development projects did the governments initiate in parts of power.

"The president of the Pakistan Muslim League â€" N (PML-N) challenged that nobody can prove that he received any bribe, even as smallest amount as ten rupees.

Preparations for the convention went on all night, as PML-N workers danced to the beat of drums in celebration of their leader's arrival.

"I've been declared disqualified despite being the rightful prime minister".

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