CHAKWAL: The ousted prime minister Mian Nawaz Sharif has claimed that anarchy has been spreading after his disqualification by the Supreme Court on July 28, which be questioned if terrorism in the country is gaining momentum again.
Addressing tribal elders in Chakwal on Monday, the PML-N president said that menace terrorism was reigning supreme before 2013, but his government freed the country of the shackles of terrorism.
He claimed he had not embezzled a single penny from the national exchequer, adding that he was ousted on iqama not Panama issue as there was nothing in Pananma.
He said that he and his family were forced out of the country, adding that the wounds were difficult to heal but he wanted to move on for the people.
While talking about the state of power supply, Nawaz said ever since his party came to power they freed the country of the load-shedding by initiating a large number of power projects.
He added an uninterrupted power supply and strong road network play the fundamental role in a country’s progress, which is why his vision includes focussing on power and infrastructure. “[However] people should not forget the faces of those who plunged the country into darkness.”
The ousted premier voiced concerns on the law and order situation in the country, adding that only the people should decide how the country should be run. “Our vision is to build roads and motorways,” he said.
He directed the party workers to stand up against injustice, warning that the public mandate should not be crushed beneath the feet.