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Nawaz’s naysayers become minus themselves: Maryam

PML-N chief organiser hopes with her father’s arrival, Pakistan will progress economically

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Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Chief Organiser Maryam Nawaz, while expressing delight on the impending return of her father on October 21, said on Saturday that those who conspired against Nawaz Sharif had become ‘minus’ themselves.

Addressing the party’s consultative meeting in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, the PML-N senior vice-president equated the attempts of purportedly sidelining Nawaz from the political scene with the country’s dampening development, which she said was flourishing when the latter was the prime minister of the country.

Maryam mentioned her father as the “architect of Pakistan”, emphasising that by the former premier’s arrival, the prevailing despondency across the country would come to an end.

Maryam, who is considered the next in line after Nawaz to assume the rein of party, without referring to anyone, said the “conspirators” would bite the dust once Nawaz arrives in Pakistan.


She further claimed that by the arrival of her father, the people of Pakistan, who are already grappling with the effects of exorbitant inflation, would be relieved from the economic mess, adding that her father’s message is “development of Pakistan” and steering the country out of the current financial quagmire.

“Sharif is not coming back, the era of prosperity of Pakistan is coming back. Nawaz Sharif’s message is the development of Pakistan, and to rid the people of inflation,” Maryam remarked.

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