Rana Sanaullah says, “We do not want to respond to Bilalwal’s criticism in his language.”
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal (JUI-F) have hit back at Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari after he raised concerns over the upcoming general elections. ‘Denial of transparency and giving equal opportunity to all political parties.
Addressing a press conference in Lahore on Tuesday, senior PML-N leader Rana Sanaullah said he would not resort to Bilawal’s language to respond to his criticism. geo news informed of.
The PPP chief in his recent public addresses launched a scathing attack against the PML-N leadership, calling it “Mehangai”. [inflation] League” and accused its supremo Nawaz Sharif of receiving preferential treatment from the caretaker government.
Bilawal has also raised doubts on the transparency of the upcoming general elections and claimed that no one will accept the election results if the results are manipulated in favor of any political party.
PML-N does not want to increase bitterness, hence we are not responding to Bilawal. [criticism] In our own language,” Sanaullah said at today’s media briefing.
Despite adopting anti-PML-N rhetoric, the former security chief said the former foreign minister would not be able to woo anti-PML-N voters by heaping “praises” on the PML-N.
He said that apart from Punjab, PML-N will also get majority from other provinces in the upcoming elections.
The veteran PML-N leader also stressed the need to work together for the betterment of the country. “If we want to move the country forward, we have to work together.”
Sanaullah said his party exercised restraint as both the parties were allies in the previous PML-N-led coalition government.
Fazal advises to avoid political bitterness
Meanwhile, speaking to the media after meeting Nawaz Sharif, Maulana Fazal said that his party will not take an aggressive stance against the PPP and will also maintain contacts with other political parties.
“There is a difference in the thinking of an elderly person and a child. This difference is visible in Bilawal’s statements,” the JUI-F chief said, referring to his statement that youth should be given a chance to lead the country instead of the elderly.
Fazal called for promoting reconciliation and harmony to avoid confrontational politics during the election campaign.
He also advised not to doubt the transparency of elections, saying that the country cannot tolerate disputed elections.
The JUI-F said its party has decided to work together with the PML-N in future and will also adjust seats with its ally.
After the intervention of the Supreme Court, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) announced that the elections in the country will be held on February 8, 2024, after which political activities are increasing in the country.