Coming six months to be politically important: Nawaz
18 September, 2012
GUJRANWALA: Former prime minister and president PML-N, Mina Nawaz Sharif has predicted that coming six months would be quite important, politically.
Addressing his party activists in Gujranwala, he said that everybody had a responsibility to carry for Country; "something the government of PPP failed to deliver", he regretted.
He was chagrined over numerous attempts to sabotage the Constitution of the Federation; "but let me assure all that during the coming six months, all would be visible, as to who exactly served the Nation, more effectively and progressively during past 65 years", he declared.
He cautioned that the Country was passing through severe crisis and challenges, while the government had gifted nothing to masses but load-shedding, unemployment and inflation.
"The Country has been transformed into a beggar, with sovereignty virtually on a fragile trail", he regretted.
He said that Country required a strong leadership, who should be able to resist any foreign dictations, and also reminded that PML-N had been resisted by negative elements twice, while "we transformed the Country into a super power, resisting an offer of $.5 billion to quit nuclear program", he elaborated.
He promised that PML-N would continue to deliver due prosperity, whenever it gained power.