KAMALIA – With mercury soaring across Pakistan, the political temperatures seems to be heating up as well, a vindication of which is Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s criticism at his arch-nemesis Imran Khan, declaring his style of politics ‘anarchic’ on Sunday.
Addressing the party workers in Kamalia tehsil of Toba Tek Singh, the chief minister went hard on PTI supremo adding that he (Khan) was conspiring against the masses.
“Imran Khan’s dharna politics is not just a conspiracy against PML-N, it is a conspiracy against the people of this country,” Pakistan Muslim League President informed party stalwarts.
The PML-N’s firebrand leader continued that Imran Khan’s politics revolved around lies, attacks on institutions and slanderous campaings.
The provincial chief executive opined that to achieve Quaid’s vision of Pakistan, personal conflicts, false accusations and blame games, should be ended.
The 66-year-old leader also highlighted the development projects completed by the ruling PML-N during the past five years and vowed that load-shedding will be eliminated by the end of the ongoing year.
He claimed that the progress achieved during PML-N’s tenure was never witnessed before in Pakistan’s history adding that that before 2013, the public suffered load-shedding for as much as 22 hours a day.
The chief minister announced that if given another chance in the next general elections, the party will construct the Metro Bus service in Faisalabad as well.