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PPP MNA Zafar Ali Shah Joins PML-N

Lahore: Senior most parliamentarian and Peoples Party MNA from Sindh Syed Zafar Ali Shah called on President Pakistan Muslim League-N, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif in Raiwind today and exchanged views regarding overall political situation in the country and the forthcoming general elections.

President Pakistan Muslim League-N, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif while speaking on the occasion said that holding of general elections in time is the demand of the nation as fair, free and transparent elections are essential for the strength and stability of the country. He said that postponement of elections will not be tolerated at any cost. He said that nation has tolerated PPP government for last five years in the interest of democracy and is now anxiously waiting for the fresh elections. He said that people will hold such elements accountable as are trying for the postponement of the elections and no undemocratic force or element will be allowed to hinder the conduct of fair and free general elections in a transparent manner.

Syed Zafar Ali Shah MNA said that he fully support the views of Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and will remain in contact with PML-N leadership in future as well. Syed Zafar Ali Shah has decided to contest the next general elections from the platform of Pakistan Muslim League-N. He invited Nawaz Sharif to hold a public meeting in his native area where he will formally announce his joining of PML-N. Muhammad Nawaz Sharif gladly accepted his invitation and said that he will soon visit the constituency of Syed Zafar Ali Shah. Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, Ch. Nisar Ali Khan, Senior Vice President Sindh United Party Shah Muhammad Shah and other leaders were also present on the occasion.

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