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Thousands join PML-Q under the leadership of Nauman Langrial

Photo CPE 01 {Feb11-13}Lahore: Two former candidates of the Punjab Assembly and several former Nazims from district Sahilwal along with their thousands of close colleagues have announced to join Pakistan Muslim League in their meeting under the leadership of Minister of State Nauman Langrial with PML senior central leader and Deputy Prime Minister Ch Parvez Elahi at his residence here today.

Those joining PML include former candidate from PP-222 Malik Muhammad Aslam Dhakko, PP-225’s Mian Javed Suhail Rahmani, former Nazims Meraj Khan Khetran, Rana Muhammad Khan, Muhammad Zahur Khan, Malik Muhammad Altaf, Muhammad Abbas Khan Baloch and Khalid Nawaz Lambardar among others. Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI)’s Regional Standing Committee Vice-Chairman Alamdar Hussain Lambardar also accompanied them. Reposing their full confidence in the leadership of Ch Shujat Hussain, Ch Parvez Elahi and Moonis Elahi, these leaders said that the people still remember and very much appreciate the record development works of public service done by Ch Parvez Elahi during his tenure as the Punjab Chief Minister, they have developed immense hatred for Sharif Brothers during the last five years and they would vote for PML candidates in the next elections and ensure their success with large majority.

Welcoming them in the fold of the party, Ch Parvez Elahi said that those blowing to extinguish the lamp of PML will have their faces badly burnt and after the next elections they would be hiding their faces. He said our and our party’s main objective is service to the people in particular the poor and added that the common man had benefitted the most from plans and programmes made by us in Punjab.

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