Shehbaz Sharif hints at PPP’s return to PDM

Our Correspondent
Dera Ghazi Khan

Pakistan Muslim League-N President and Opposition leader in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif has hinted at the inclusion of Pakistan People’s Party in the Pakistan Democratic Party.

Addressing a presser here Monday, the PML-N president when asked whether the PPP once again could become part of the PDM, he said that the PPP fully supported other opposition parties in the parliament and reconciliation is always possible in politics.

Shehbaz, however, said that the PDM would decide on the matter of PPP’s entry into the alliance. He predicted that coming days would be hard for the rulers.

The Opposition leader said that his party under the leadership of PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif tried to solve the challenges including education, health and clean drinking water in South Punjab.

He said that PML-N worked hard for the development of South Punjab and Dera Ghazi Khan. He touted that his party undertook development schemes along with Pakistan People’s Party from 2008 and 2013.

He held that from 2013 to 2018, the PML-N tried to provide all civic amenities to the South Punjab under the leadership of Mian Nawaz Sharif.

He said his government started the Saaf Pani (Clean Water) Project from South Punjab which was to extend to Central and North Punjab.

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