PML-N to change Pakistan's destiny, vows Shehbaz Sharif after casting vote

08:24 AM | 25 Jul, 2018
PML-N to change Pakistan's destiny, vows Shehbaz Sharif after casting vote
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LAHORE - Shehbaz Sharif, the former chief minister Punjab and president of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz has expressed that this party would change the destiny of the country if voted into power.

Addressing the newsmen after casting his vote in Lahore on Wednesday, the politician urged the masses to use their constitutional right and vote for PML-N.

He reiterated that if given a chance, his party will end unemployment, improve education/health, and build Diamer Bhasha dam.

The polling across Pakistan started at 8 am which will continue till 6 pm without any formal break.

As many as 105.96 million people will be able to use their right. Twenty-three percent of the total voters would be taking part in the exercise for the first time.

The countrywide election campaign, marred by a string of terrorist attacks, came to an end at the stroke of midnight, as the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) — the two leading political parties culminated their respective poll drives in the Punjab.

According to the latest exit polls, the election could produce a hung parliament, as Punjab, with 148 National Assembly seats out of 272, will vote for the PML-N and PTI.