Imran has harmed country with abusive language: Nawaz

Published September 30, 2021
This combination photo shows Prime Minister Imran Khan (left) and former premier Nawaz Sharif. — Photo courtesy: Agencies
This combination photo shows Prime Minister Imran Khan (left) and former premier Nawaz Sharif. — Photo courtesy: Agencies

LAHORE: PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif says Prime Minister Imran Khan has destroyed the country as well as its culture and politics with his abusive language.

“It was a grave misfortune for Pakistan that this person was brought and placed in government’s highest office,” he said.

Addressing his party leaders and workers from Lahore division through video-link from London on Wednesday, Mr Sharif stressed his party workers should avoid indecent language and respond to the government functionaries with facts and figures.

He said the PML-N had become the most favourite party of the people of Pakistan. He said the party leadership could proudly say that the PML-N was the only party that took country to new heights. He said the PML-N government had constructed motorways, farm to market roads, launched power projects, largely controlled terrorism, launched orange line and metro bus projects and took country’s economy to new heights.

The former premier said it was for the first time that he was addressing the party workers while sitting far away otherwise he always met workers face to face. He lauded that veteran party leaders were working for the party while others’ children joined politics and were serving the party.

“The PML-N is getting stronger and stronger,” he said.

Published in Dawn, September 30th, 2021

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