Nawaz Sharif on Pakistan Economy: Elections are round the corner in Pakistan. All political parties have started campaigning regarding this. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is also campaigning on behalf of his party as the Prime Ministerial candidate. During the campaign he mentioned the financial condition of Pakistan. He said that Pakistan has lagged far behind in the world race. It is very difficult to bring Pakistan back on track.
Former Prime Minister of Pakistan and head of Pakistan Muslim League, Nawaz Sharif said that Pakistan’s economy is so bad that it is very difficult to bring it back on track. He himself described the current poor condition of Pakistan. This statement of Nawaz came when other parties including Pakistan Peoples Party and Pakistan Muslim League i.e. PML are campaigning vigorously.
‘The country will have to be rebuilt’
Nawaz Sharif is contesting the election on NA 15 in Mansehra city of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Addressing a rally, he said that Pakistan had lagged behind in the world and the country would have to be ‘rebuilt’.
Pakistani rupee had improved against the dollar: Nawaz
Referring to his tenure, the former Prime Minister said that his government had not only limited the Pakistani rupee to 104 against the dollar. Without taking names, he made a fresh attack on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party ‘PTI’ and its founder Imran Khan. Also expressed regret that the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa voted for a ‘liar’.
Nawaz Sharif has returned to his country after 4 years
Let us tell you that Nawaz Sharif has been the Prime Minister of Pakistan thrice. Before the election voting in Pakistan on 8th February, candidates of all the parties are in the electoral fray. Meanwhile, Nawaz has assured the public that if he comes to power, his government will provide jobs and ensure that Mansehra gets its own airport. Nawaz Sharif has returned to his country before the elections after 4 years.
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