ISLAMABAD – Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif advised his brother and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to seek the advice of party workers rather than ‘new leaders merely concerned with designations and cars’.
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He was addressing the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) general council meeting where Nawaz was re-elected unopposed as the party president.
He advised his brother Nawaz Sharif in an address on Tuesday to consult his party workers over matters instead of ‘those new leaders merely concerned with designation and cars.’
“Call party leaders and workers for consultations and make decisions in light of those meetings,” he said, added, “I suggest that he should instead consult this gathering (of workers).”
“Nawaz Sharif should consult workers and then take a final decision,” he said, adding that some advisors and ministers misled him.