Pakistan Muslim League (N) chief Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said that he is sure by the grace of Allah that he would win forthcoming general elections.
While addressing a public rally at Government High School Malsi, he said that the country was confronted with complicated problems. Gas and electricity have become things of past but he consumers are bound to pay utility bills. He said that homes, factories, shopping centres, tubewells are deprived of electricity but undue burden of heavy and hectic bills in being imposed on poor farmers. He also said that fertilizers and pesticides are costly; how is it possible provision of cheap bread in such uncertain and burdensome situation.
He said that national institutions like the PIA and Pakistan Railways have destroyed due to corruption and poor management of the government which has nothing to do with the national interests; rather their first and foremost duty is to collect wealth in the name of so-called democracy and rule of law.