Friday, August 19, 2022

PPP announces support for PML-N in by-elections

Pakistan Peoples Party has announced its full support to PML-N in 20 constituencies in the by-elections.

This was announced by Federal Minister for Railways and Aviation Khawaja Saad Rafique and Advisor to the Prime Minister on Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan Affairs Qamar-ul-Zaman Kaira while addressing a joint press conference.

Federal Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique belonging to PML-N said that full support has been announced by PPP in 20 constituencies. I thank PPP from the bottom of my heart for this decision.

He said that when the coalition government came, the country was on the verge of bankruptcy, Imran Khan and his associates had set up a circus, Imran Khan and his associates were about to fall into their own dug pit.

The Federal Minister said that we had the option to go to the general elections quietly but we all put our politics at stake and set out to save the state. They are trying to get the country out of this situation.

Khawaja Saad Rafique said that when it comes to the survival of the country, politics lags behind. Imran Khan’s plan was in front of everyone. Imran Khan and his facilitators came up with an EVM plan. Khan had to get a two-thirds majority, if the plan was successful, the result would not have been good.

Khawaja Saad Rafique, Federal Minister for Aviation and Railways, who belongs to PML-N, said that no improvement has been made during the last four years. Allied parties represent the people of the entire country. Will

Addressing a joint press conference, Qamar-ul-Zaman Kaira, Federal Adviser, Pakistan Peoples Party, said that we will support the candidates who are contesting the elections on PML-N ticket.

Qamar-ul-Zaman Kaira said that by winning this election we have to respond to the riots that have been created, now things are moving towards improvement, the leadership has said that in this election only the support of the PML-N. Don’t live



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