Rana Sanaullah says, “It is Punjab’s need that Shehbaz Sharif takes charge of Punjab’s affairs.”
- Sanaullah says that Punjab needs Shahbaz to take command.
- The PML-N leader says that Shahbaz is ready to work under Nawaz.
- The former home minister held Imran responsible for the May 9 riots.
With elections approaching, a top leader of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has said that his party’s candidate for the post of Chief Minister of Punjab will be the young Sharif-Shehbaz.
Shehbaz has served as chief minister of Pakistan’s most populous province a record three times – 1997–99, 2008–13 and 2013–18 – and was also prime minister for nearly 16 months after the ouster of Imran Khan. The Democratic Movement came to power. Khan, Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
The PML-N is yet to launch its election campaign ahead of the February 8 polls, but its supremo Nawaz Sharif has returned to the country and is sorting out his legal cases to contest the elections and become prime minister for the fourth time. Time.
PML-N Punjab president Rana Sanaullah said, “In my personal opinion, considering the destruction caused during the Buzdar regime and the way Punjab was progressing till 2018, it is what Punjab needs that Shehbaz Sharif take charge of Punjab’s affairs.” Take command.” Geo News’ Shahzeb Khanzada.
“If Shahbaz Sharif had got a chance [serve as the chief minister] Even after the 2018 elections, Punjab would have become an example for the rest of Pakistan,” Sanaullah, who served as interior minister under Shehbaz at the Centre, said.
According to the PML-N top leader’s assessment, Shehbaz – despite being chosen for the top post at the Center – would be ready to work under Nawaz in any capacity.
“My assessment says that Shehbaz Sharif would be willing to work with Nawaz Sharif in any capacity. He will not complain about it,” the former interior minister said.
When asked whether PML-N leaders Hamza Shehbaz (Sehbaz’s son) and Maryam Nawaz (Nawaz’s daughter) would be willing to work under the proposed leadership, he said: “They served jail terms together while in the opposition. Have bitten. I am sure that whatever responsibility the party assigns to him, he will work on it.
Sanaullah also mentioned that Nawaz will overcome his legal hurdles to become Prime Minister and if his conviction is not vacated then the party will adopt another strategy.
In the same interview, he also said that PTI Chairman Imran has brought himself into this situation. “His pride led […] For the events of 9 May. It was his confrontational policy that took him to where he is now.”
Imran is currently in jail and is accused of revealing government secrets. However, doubts remain over his participation in the elections. If he is convicted, he will not be able to participate in the elections.
Sanaullah also mentioned that even if a party wins two-thirds majority, it alone will not be able to get the country out of the crisis as all political parties will have to work together for the betterment of Pakistan.
With elections approaching, major political parties have begun election campaigning – either by roping in politicians or holding rallies in cities – but some have also raised concerns about a “level playing field”, claiming that They are not being allowed to do this. Organize political activities.
However, the caretaker government – which has been appointed to oversee the country’s affairs until an elected government takes charge – has refused to take sides with any party, insisting that it will work with all political parties. Behaves equally.