CHARSADDA, May 1: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz central general secretary Iqbal Zafar Jhagra has said that they will organise a long march to rid the nation of the convicted and corrupt rulers.

Addressing two separate conventions of his party here on Tuesday, he said that PML-N would take each possible step to ensure supremacy of constitution, rule of law and restoration of true democracy in the country.

The labour convention was held at TMA Hall in Charsadda while the youth convention was organised at the residence of PML-N leader Mohammad Arif at Tangi.

PML-N youth wing central president Capt (retired) Safdar, MNA Marvi Memon, PML-N central spokesman Siddiqul Farooq, provincial youth wing president Rashid Ali Kakakhel, former minister Farid Toofan, district senior vice president and labour leader Aurangzeb Khan of Kot, youth wing organiser Arif Khan Tangi also addressed the gatherings.

Mr Safdar said that after coming into power, PML-N would establish a university for the children of labourers in each province where they would get free education.

Other speakers alleged that incapable rulers plunged the country into deep crises including economic turmoil, law and order situation, unemployment and loadshedding etc. They said only the leadership of PML-N was capable to steer the country out of the prevailing situation.

They said that PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif made the country first Islamic nuclear power and completed mega projects like motorway.

They said that Yousuf Raza Gilan had no other option but to quit after Supreme Court convicted him in the contempt case. They said that Mr Gilani was disqualified even as an MNA.

The PML-N leaders said that every political party including Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf would be taken along in the struggle to oust the convicted rulers. They said that PML politics was not power-specific.

They alleged that ruling parties were looting resources of the country with both hands.

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