PML-N Unveils Election Manifesto with Focus on Development Politics

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has unveiled its much-anticipated election manifesto, with the party’s leader, Nawaz Sharif, promising to focus on development-oriented politics. The manifesto, titled ‘Pakistan Ko Nawaz Do’, was released during a ceremony in Lahore.

The manifesto includes several key points, such as the establishment of environment-friendly government offices, ensuring the supremacy of Parliament, and restoring Articles 62 and 63 to their original state. It also promises a reformation of the judicial and legal system, with the aim of implementing a timely and effective judicial system.

The manifesto pledges to decide major and difficult cases within a year and small cases within two months. It also proposes the abolishment of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), with a focus on strengthening anti-corruption institutions and agencies.

In terms of economic development, the manifesto promises the provision of interest-free loans to small farmers and the use of modern technology to overcome crop damage. It also plans to establish a Special Council and an Implementation Council to ensure the effective implementation of the Agriculture Innovation and Farmer Prosperity Manifesto.

The manifesto also includes plans for reforms in the governance system, providing more than 10 million jobs, reducing poverty and unemployment, and increasing the budget for education. It promises cheap and high power supply, reducing bills, and the establishment of a cancer hospital in every province.

The manifesto also includes a message of peace across borders, building relations with India on the basis of economic development, peace, and mutual respect.

During the launch, Nawaz Sharif criticized the PTI government for its handling of the economy and vowed to pull the country out of all problems. He also highlighted the increase in the prices of tractors and cars during the PTI’s tenure.

The PML-N supremo also addressed the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, urging them to understand the kind of man they gave a chance to. He reiterated his focus on the politics of development, not revenge, and stated that if his party were allowed to work without interference, the shape of the country would have been different.

The party’s Manifesto Committee Chairman, Senator Irfan Siddiqui, stated that there is nothing in the manifesto that the PML-N will not be able to do when it comes to power. He added that Nawaz Sharif had forbidden the committee from showing false dreams in the manifesto.

The party’s President, Shehbaz Sharif, who was also present at the launch, said a special body will be established to ensure the effective implementation of the manifesto. He urged people to see which political party fulfilled promises made in its manifesto.

PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal, also present at the launch, highlighted the difference between social media myths and reality, taking a jibe at social media campaigns being led by other political parties, particularly the PTI.

The PML-N manifesto is available on the party’s website and social media accounts for further details and information.

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