PLM-N to activate party position in Sindh
09 September, 2015
ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday called upon the provincial leadership of the Pakistan Muslim League-N to activate the party at provincial and district levels and revitalise its position in Sindh through intensified public contacts.
He was chairing a meeting of the provincial leaders of the PML-N Sindh here at the PM House. The meeting discussed the party's strategy for local government elections in the province. Addressing the meeting, the prime minister said as the province of Sindh was very important for the party, there was a need to strive for making it a political hub of the PML-N.
He said the party respected the people's mandate at federal and provincial levels, adding that now the PML-N would campaign for the local government elections in the provinces and would try to win the confidence of masses on the basis of its performance. "While upholding the democratic norms, we will move forward in politics and will promote the positive political culture at national level," he said.
Nawaz Sharif said his government took all major decisions of national importance with consensus, the results of which were emerging in the form of improved law and order situation and significant successes in the fight against terrorism. He said the PML-N had always formulated its policies in national interest and believed in bringing change through elections, which always benefitted the country and the nation.
He said the PML-N focused on the promotion of party workers, adding that a party worker was now the chief minister of Gilgit Baltistan, from where the party had won the seats with more than simple majority. He directed the party leadership to highlight the two-and-a-half-year performance of the incumbent government and also apprise the people of Sindh that the party wanted to serve the masses.
He urged the party workers to increase contacts at public level and focus on revitalising the party's position in Sindh before general elections 2018. He asked the office bearers to follow the party discipline and resolve their mutual differences through discussion. The prime minister said he would soon meet the party's provincial and district presidents and would direct them to implement the recommendations and suggestions given by the party's office bearers.