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How did Nawaz Sharif’s maiden public speech in Hafizabad?


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Nawaz Sharif, the supremo of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), has finally joined the party’s electioneering ahead of the February 8 nationwide polls after keeping a long silence since his first public appearance on the October 21 homecoming.

In his maiden public speech in Hafizabad on Thursday, Nawaz said his mission is to put “Pakistan back on its feet.” He added that the country would be amongst prospering states if he was not ousted from power again and again.

Nawaz praised the people of Hafizabad for warmly welcoming him and expressed his commitment to developing Hafizabad like Lahore and linking the district with the motorway network if elected to power.

The former prime minister also highlighted his past achievements, stating that Pakistan would have gained a prominent status globally if he was not ousted from his office again and again. He emphasized that his government would have ensured employment for the youth, prosperity for farmers, and a reduction in power tariffs and inflation.

Nawaz Sharif, who returned to the country after ending his nearly four years of self-imposed exile in London, has announced that his only “mission” is to put Pakistan “back on its feet now.”The PML-N supreme leader’s return to the political scene comes as political parties are expediting their electioneering with a series of manifestos, new pledges, and past performances. The PML-N and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) are eyeing the Prime Minister’s Office and desperately swaying voters to elect them to power.

Nawaz’s speech in Hafizabad was a response to PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari’s ‘lion is hiding’ tirade. The PML-N supremo’s return to the political arena is expected to boost the party’s chances in the upcoming elections.

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