Vice President of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Maryam Nawaz while taking a jibe at Imran Khan’s leadership, said that country is currently suffering from ‘PTI Disease.’
Addressing in Gilgit Baltistan, PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz said that the current government of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf should be held accountable.
She claimed that the coronavirus that took numerous lives across the globe and reported from China in 2019, already emerged in Pakistan, a year earlier.
Maryam Nawaz said that the current government is taking political revenge from the former prime minister Nawaz Sharif. Despite the worst revenge, Nawaz Sharif did not bow down, said Maryam.
Maryam Nawaz said that Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz and the party Supremo Nawaz Sharif is the ultimate solution to the problems being faced by the nation under the PTI leadership.
Earlier Maryam Nawaz alleged that the government had planned to rig Gilgit-Baltistan elections.
“If the elections are rigged, we will not accept results,” she warned while addressing a public meeting organized by her party in Chilas, Diamer district.
Maryam Nawaz said Prime Minister Imran Khan’s “days are numbered as his fake government is about to go home”.
She appealed to the people of Gilgit to vote for the PML-N for their bright future, development of the region and getting rid of inflation.
Listing the facilities provided in GB by the previous government of her party, she said: “The roads that pass through Gilgit had been built during the PML-N era.
Several development projects, including cancer hospital, Gilgit airport, colleges, and sports complex, had been executed in GB by the PML-N government,” she said.
Gilgit Elections 2020
The vote will be held on November 15. GB has 24 constituencies and its assembly has 33 seats. Candidates from political parties will stand for 24 seats. Of the remaining seats, six are reserved for women and three for technocrats. The area has a population of about 1.3 million and a total of 745,361 voters has registered, of which roughly half or 339,992 are women.