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PML-Q wins chairman, vice chairman elections in Attock, Talagang and Jalalpur Jattan

Lahore : PML-Q has lost the elections of Chairman and vice Chairman elections in Gujrat whereas it won the elections in Attock, Talagang and Jalalpur Jattan.

PML-Q President Ch Shujaat Hussain and senior central leader Ch Pervaiz Elahi have expressed heart-felt gratitude to the party’s Chairmen of Union Councils for victory in Attock, Talagang and Jalalpur Jattan and on difference of only 8 votes in Gujrat to all conscientious Chairmen of the party, PTI and N-League who on the call of their conscious, and for sake of honour and sharafat of Gujrat voted for them despite all the tactics of the administration and Punjab government.

Both the leaders while talking to the media and their supporters congratulated party’s successful candidates and their supporters and said that local bodies election was not of N-League but was own battle of Punjab administration for survival of posting and for this they fully contested the election because Shahbaz Sharif had given them the task that this was their test and after election their performance will be reviewed, for failure of opponent candidates they resorted to every tactic of highhandedness, rigging and luring, abuse and misuse of official powers and harassment of voters, hurling grave threats on them of closing their business, factories and putting them in jails.

They expressed great regrets and concern over culture of highhandedness, rigging and Kalashnikov being promoted as compared to sharafat and service.

Ch Pervaiz Elahi further said that local body’s election was between administration and opposition, in place of N-League candidates administration was contesting election, DCOs were under pressure for escaping their transfers.

On this occasion they were accompanied by Ch Wajahat Hussain, Kamil Ali Agha, Riaz Asghar Chaudhry, Mian Imran Masood, Hussain Elahi, Saadat Nawaz Ajnala and other leaders.

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