Nawaz energizes party workers in Jaranwala, says Judges don’t have the right to oust him

JARANWALA: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday once again criticized judges that he was deposed from his seat just because of not withdrawing salary from his son.

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“Is it a crime to not draw a salary from your son?” he questioned while addressing party workers in Jaranwala.

He said that nation appointed him Premiere of Pakistan but five judges ruined the mandate of masses.

“You [people] appointed me Prime Minister of Pakistan but Five mere mortals disqualified me,” he said.

He reminded the people that he had promised in Jaranwala to construct a motorway.

“Raise your hands and tell me, did I not fulfil my promise?” he said. “Nawaz Sharif always fulfils his promises.”

While cheering participants he said that get away everyone as the PM of hearts in a Jovial mood today in Jaranwala.

“Get away from me, I am in a different mood today,” he added.

Former PM said after his ouster economy has fallen badly and country has become bankrupt, adding that drones are striking back again.

Country deteriorate after my ouster, drones are back too,” he said.

During his address, Nawaz also said that the country was faced with rampant terrorism and power outages when the PML-N government took charge in 2013.

Earlier, Maryam Nawaz addressing party workers has urged Jaranwala’s public to rise and punish the ‘conspiring pawns.’

“We will continue to fight the battle for the right of people,” she said.

On January 20, deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif criticised his opponents and made many promises while addressing a party rally in Haripur.

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