Sharif vows to continue his campaign for public mandate respect
SHEIKHUPURA: Calling for establishing the sanctity of vote, Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday vowed to continue his campaign for respect of public mandate and urged the public to vote the ruling party in the upcoming elections.
Addressing a public rally here, Sharif said the best revenge for his ouster is coming into power again. “You [participants] could take this revenge after casting your votes to the ruling party in the upcoming general elections,” he underlined.
Deploring his ouster, he said the presence of a large crowd in the rally is proof of he was being subjected to revengeful accountability.
“I have not seen a bigger public rally [than this] in Sheikhupura before,” Sharif said.
The PML-N supremo said the presence of large number of people in the party rally seemed they would again re-elect the ruling party.
Referring to elected Prime Ministers’ incomplete term, Sharif warned that the country’s future is at stake, if the history repeated itself.
On the occasion, he took out currency notes of Rs10 to Rs1,000 and challenged his opponents to prove corruption against him.
The ruling party has recently stepped up its pre-election campaign and held a number of public meetings across the country in an apparent move to garner support for the upcoming general elections in 2018.