Nawaz Sharif blames PPP, allies for Pakistan`s woes

PML-N  Leader Nawaz Sharif accused the PPP govt on Friday of indulging in corruption and blamed it for the financial crisis faced by the country. As per him, PPP’s coalition partners were equally in charge of the country’s issues.

“The PPP’s coalition govt is answerable for inflation, loadshedding, stopping the wheel of business development and pushing people towards a crisis-like scenario,” Nawaz Sharif said at a ceremony organised at the Punjab University for distribution of notebook computers among students. Punjab CM Shahbaz Sharif, who was planned to distribute the laptop computers, didn’t turn up. The ceremony was attended by senior PML-N politicians and over 20,000 students.

Nawaz Sharif said his party leave the alliance govt after President Asif Ali Zardari didn’t meet his responsibilities. He said the PML-N was the only party which was serving the public and praised Shahbaz Sharif for working tirelessly for the folks of Punjab. Nawaz Sharif said the PPP and its coalition partners would be responsible to the public in the next general election, adding that the PML-N would form a govt with the support of the youth and give notebook computers to every deserving student country wide.

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