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KARACHI: Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif on Thursday attacked the government saying “President Asif Ali Zardari’s administration” had failed to improve the province's condition in the past five years, DawnNews reported.

Speaking at a public meeting in Naudero, the PML-N chief criticised President Zardari in particular and the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) in general.

Sharif said those who had voted for the PPP had done so 'out of love', however, the province had failed to experience any change for the better.

He said unemployment was at its peak in Sindh, adding that if work had been done on educational institutions, the province’s youth would have had degrees in their hands.

The PML-N chief said his party had worked to serve the people in the past, adding that if it was voted into power again, it would work tirelessly for the purpose of public welfare.

Sharif moreover pledged that if his party emerged victorious in the upcoming elections, it would connect Larkana and Naudero through a motorway.

He also criticised the government over the deteriorating law and order situation in Karachi.

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