Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday that the politics of 80s and 90s will no longer work and that no one will believe in false accusations now. He said that he can’t comprehend the agendas of those who want to carry out long march, Dunya News reported.
Addressing a gathering on occasion of 16th anniversary of Youm-e-Takbeer, Sharif said that his agenda is not political but economical. He said that the agendas of train marchers and long marchers are beyond comprehension.
He said that those who want to politick can do so at the time of election, adding that no one will listen to the false accusations now.
Prime Minister said that he won’t rest until the curse of load shedding is ended. He said that his party will take the country to the path of prosperity if they get ‘10 years to work.’
Prime Minister stated that Pakistan wants to have friendly ties with its neighbouring countries for progress and prosperity of the people.
He has expressed the resolve to make Pakistan economically viable and self-reliant.
PM Nawaz said several projects have been launched in the power sector not only to enhance power generation but also provide the same to consumers on reduced rates.
Ten power plants will be installed at Gaddani while four power plants will be installed in Lahore, he added.
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