JHELUM -UNS = Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif thanked his supporters for a rousing welcome in Jhelum.
“I am short of words to express my gratitude for the warm welcome I have received in Jhelum,” he said. “When we had assumed power in 2013, Pakistan was in deep trouble,” he recalled.
The former premier said that he had kept his words regarding restoration of peace in the country, including Karachi and Balochistan. “Load-shedding has nearly ended in Pakistan today while peace has been restored.”
“I want to let you know that my government was dismissed by five honorable judges within a minute. Isn’t it an insult to your mandate? Can you tolerate this insult?”
He said even judges themselves said that there was no allegation of corruption against Nawaz Sharif. The nation must ask judges when Nawaz Sharif was ousted from power.
“The judges must be asked why Nawaz Sharif was disqualified,” he added.
“No Prime Minister could complete his term since 70 years. This is not only an insult to a prime minister, but also to 200 million people.”
“One Maulana sahab (Tahir ul Qadri) returns to Pakistan after every three months and stages protests. Maulana himself is a Canadian citizen.”
“I was accused of getting salary from my son’s company. Who gets salary from his son?.”