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Govt Given 2 Days to End Load Shedding

Latest Pakistan News > Khushab News – Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Mian Nawaz Sharif Saturday warned the government of throwing his party’s full weight behind the public protests, rampant across Punjab, if the power loadshedding persisted for another two days.

 Govt Given 2 Days to End Load Shedding

Sharif set this alarm bell off in Khoshab where a throng of PML-N cohorts had gathered to hear him out at a rally specifically organized to launch a “last push” against the government.


Retrospecting, Sharif said, when PML-N was in power not an hour’s electricity loadshedding was conducted anywhere in Pakistan, but now people were forced to stay without electricity for 20 hours at a stretch.


Going forward, he said, now people could tell the difference between this government and PML-N’s without any qualms.


The former prime minister also said that he would not take a break until the deliverance of the poor nation stuck in jaws of the corruptest of regimes ever.


“Anarchy, agitation, and chaos are endemic in Pakistan, these ills must end”, said he.


On Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, Sharif said that he should go home before filing an appeal against his conviction, adding he (Gilani) could only re-assume the office of Prime Minister if the court acquitted him.


In the end, Sharif pledged to have the special development package for Khoshab doubled from Rs500 million to Rs1 billion.

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