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Pakistan and Zardari can’t go together:Shahbaz Sharif

Lahore: Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that if Pakistan is to be saved, than the country would have to be rid of the Zardari gang, as the incompetent leaders have not given anything to the masses, except loadshedding, inflation, poverty, and unemployment. He said the corrupt gang has now been unmasked, while the nation will make Zardari gang vigorously accountable for its deeds, in the forthcoming general elections. He said corruption, nepotism and ‘safarish’ culture has brought the country to the brink of disaster, while politics and democracy have been defamed in the name of reconciliation. He said that failure of incompetent and corrupt government can not be termed as failure of democratic system itself. Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif said that today the people are living in darkness while the loot, plunder and dark deeds of Ali Baba & Forty Thieves are continuing and new records of corruption are being set.

The Chief Minister was talking to parliamentarian including Member National Assembly Haji Akram Ansari, Members Provincial Assembly, Haji Muhammad Yaqoob Sheikh, Rao Kashif Raheem Khan, Shehryar Riaz and Mian Yawar Zaman who called on him here today. The Chief Minister said that the goal of progress and prosperity of the country can only be achieved by provision of basic educational facilities and health besides waging crusade against corruption, promotion of merit and elimination of economic exploitation.

He said Pakistan Muslim League-N, under the dynamic leadership of Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, is vigorously striving to bring an end to injustice, corruption, nepotism and eradication of ‘safarish’ culture. He said that making country free of corruption, ensuring prosperity of Pakistan and bringing the less-fortunate segments of the society into mainstream of progress, are the basic aims of the politics of Pakistan Muslim League-N. He said the Punjab government has diverted resources towards provision of basic facilities, and uplifting the living standard of the poor masses.

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