Did not disclose national secrets despite all atrocities: Nawaz Sharif


Mansehra elections

HAROONABAD: Pakistan Muslim League (N) leader Nawaz Sharif has stated that despite the atrocities against him, he refrained from disclosing national secrets.

In his address at an election rally in Haroonabad, Nawaz Sharif questioned the impact of ‘Tabdeeli’ (change) on Pakistan, highlighting that now one roti costs Rs25.

He went on to contrast this with his tenure, where five rotis were available for the same amount. Nawaz Sharif also noted that gas and electricity were more affordable during his time, expressing concern over the effects of the current changes on the people.

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Maryam Nawaz’s address 

PML-N Chief Organizer Maryam Nawaz while addressing the rally said “If I hadn’t come to Haroonabad today, how would you know how much Haroonabad loves Nawaz Sharif?”.

They used to say they would end Nawaz Sharif’s politics,” Maryam Nawaz said. “Today, the same Nawaz Sharif is here, facing the people. While talking about PTI founding chairman, Imran Khan, Maryam said he staged the drama of Cipher and played with the country’s security. Do political parties attack their own institutions?

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