PML-N has no competition with Imran, Zardari in upcoming general elections: Nawaz Sharif

RAHIM YAR KHAN: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday said that Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) has no competition with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) and Pakistan peoples party (PPP) in upcoming general elections as they have to compete ‘hidden forces’ in next elections, Newsone reported.

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“PTI has no other work to do rather than playing cricket,” said Nawaz while addressing a rally of the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) in Sadiqabad.

Former PM said that PTI was nothing in front of him. “Imran Khan and Zardari sahib, I don’t have any competition with both of you,” he added.

He once again continued to target judiciary over his ouster, claiming that the upcoming general elections will be a referendum on his disqualification in Panama Papers case. “Five persons crushed votes of the people under their feet. Will you accept all this?

Nawaz reiterated that he restored peace in Karachi and launched many development projects. but in the return he was awarded with disqualification.

Earlier, Maryam Nawaz addressing the rally said that those party leaders who are switching loyalties will not get votes in 2018 general election.

Commenting over disqualification of former FM Khawaja Asif she was of the view that Khawaja Asif was warmly greeted by people of Sialkot despite of the disqualification.

On Tuesday addressing party workers in Sahiwal Nawaz said that PTI voted for PPP in Senate Elections.

“Imran has become a stooge,” the former premier told the participants. “They all have a secret understanding. Imran voted for arrow [PPP’s electoral symbol].”

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