People would vote us to power in 2018 again: PM


Launches Rs3.9b gas project in Kohat

Tariq Saeed

Peshawar—Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif expressed the confidence that his party would emerge triumphant in the 2018 elections too as it has a lot of achievements to its credit.
The Pakistan Muslim League-N has brought a real change in the country but we see no such change in the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-governed Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, the PML-N chief claimed adding “By the grace of Allah PML-N will come into power in the next general polls and will continue its agenda of serving the masses.’’
Nawaz Sharif was addressing a public rally in Qillah ground Kohat on Friday where he laid the foundation stone of the Rs3.9 billion gas supply project
He said the government’s consistent journey of economic stability and development had panicked the Opposition, after sensing its political demise in the 2018 general election.
He said Pakistan is about to become a developed state and the same is worrying the Opposition knowing that its politics will meet its end if the government’s successful journey continues uninterrupted until 2018 general elections adding people have realized which party had in fact taken steps for their prosperity.
Highlighting headway made by the in China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the Prime Minister said the CPEC projects were progressing rapidly and will soon transform the country’s destiny and maintained when the projects in Kohat are completed he will come again and congratulate the people.
Nawaz Sharif said the government of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa claiming to ‘bring a change’ never focused its energies. “In my view, there should be a ‘change’ in KP and we are going to bring that real change based on development,” he said. The Prime Minister said that had there been development in the KP province, there wouldn’t be such a huge crowd at this rally. “We will bring change to this province. People know that no work has been done in KP in three years,” the Prime Minister said, adding that PML-N would win the 2018 elections and would also be elected to govern KP.

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