Javed Hashmi rejoined PML-N
05 December, 2017
Senior politician Javed Hashmi rejoined Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz after meeting party chief Nawaz Sharif on Monday. An announcement in this regard will be formally made by Hashmi at a public rally in Multan.
Maryam Nawaz, daughter of the ousted prime minister, and other senior members of PML-N were present at the meeting. Hashmi hugged Nawaz after the meeting and Maryam welcomed him back. The politician from Multan, joined the PTI in 2011, after serving the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz for a long time. Hashmi left PTI in October 2014 after levelling serious allegation against party chairman Imran Khan.
On November 12, Hashmi spoke to the media, saying that getting rid of Nawaz Sharif wasn’t a solution to the problems faced by the country. He added that his personal relations with Nawaz Sharif were still intact despite their past differences.
Hashmi had also supported the Election Bill 2017 in and outside the assembly.
“The electricity generated during the last four years has no parallel in the history of Pakistan,” said Minister of State for Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting, National History and Literary Heritage Marriyum Aurangzeb while talking to the media outside the Accountability Court on Monday.
She said that in 2013, the generation of electricity was 9279 MW and the demand was in the vicinity of 11,799 MW. “In December 2017, power generation has increased to 16,477MW against the demand of 14,017MW,” she said.
“On the one hand the pledges made by the former PM Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and the PML-N to end darkness from the country are being fulfilled, and on the other the person who abused the parliament and the state institutions is even today standing on the container using the same language,” Marriyum Aurangzeb said.
She said that the former prime minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and PML-N had made a pledge with the nation to end darkness which had been fulfilled with the announcement of zero loadshedding in the country. The PML-N Central Executive Committee on Monday reposed confidence in party leader Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and vowed to participate upcoming general elections with full preparations. The 25 party leaders who participated in the meeting discussed the strategy for general elections to evolve consensus to reinvigorate the party at district as well as grassroots for mobilizing masses and holding public rallies and processions.