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PML-N would bring peace back to the streets of Karachi:Shahbaz Sharif

Former Prime Minister & PML-N president Muhammad Nawaz Sharif chairs a meeting of Central Parliamentary Board, former CM Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif is also present.Former Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif poses for a group photo after meeting with Peoples Party ticket holder Khalid Bashir from NA-92 Gojra, who announce to join PML-NLahore: Former CM Punjab, Shahbaz Sharif, today met with a PML – N delegation from Sindh. He discussed party’s election strategy in the province as well as across Pakistan with the visiting delegation and assured them of leadership’s complete support during the upcoming elections.

He added that the province of Sindh had suffered the worst of Zardari and Co’s loot and plunder. And even though billions were spent in Sindh under the guise of development, the ground realities presented a totally different picture.

Karachi, once known as the city of lights, had now turned in to battle ground where gangsters settled scores and mafias rule the roost. Street Crimes, Bhatta (protection money) and target killings have become common occurrences in a city that is at the forefront of Pakistan’s economic growth.

The former CM pledged that the PML – N would bring peace back to the streets of Karachi if elected to power in the upcoming elections. He stated that the promise of a Karachi – Peshawar bullet train and fixing the power crisis in two years were not election gimmicks but in fact promises that the PML – N intends to fulfill just like the Metro Bus and the Motorway.

Meanwhile,Peoples Party ticket holder from NA-92 Gojra ,Khalid Bashir has announced to join PML-N after meeting with Former Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif.

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