Ruling party to face crushing defeat on 19th, Sherpao says – Newspaper
SWABI: Qaumi Watan Party Chairman Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao said on Wednesday that Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf would face a crushing defeat in local elections scheduled for Sunday (December 19th).
He was addressing a public meeting held in Chota Lahor to strengthen the position of his party candidate Burhanullah, who is running for office for president of Chota Lahor tehsil.
Mr. Sherpao said the slogan of “change” would be stuck deep in the Indus on election day.
“It is our determination and our determination because the PTI has distorted the very landscape of politics and pushed the locals into deep mental anxiety,” he said.
The QWP chairman said the ruling party would actually get the reaction in upcoming polls to its poor policies and record inflation in the country.
He regretted that the ruling party leadership had always claimed that due to their policies, essential commodities were available at cheaper prices in the country. Mr. Burhanullah also spoke on this occasion.
Meanwhile, Pakistan-Nawaz Muslim League provincial chairman Amir Muqam asserted at a party meeting here on Wednesday that PTI was supplying electrical transformers and other facilities to voters to get them to vote for their votes. candidates.
“Take the transformers, the electric poles and other installations of the candidates of the party in power, but break the bat and vote for the candidate PML-N”, he urged the population.
Muqam said the current situation had made it clear that the PTI government was leading the country to a point of no return.
BOOK FAIR: A two-day book fair kicked off here on Wednesday, which attracted a large number of students from 11 engineering and management disciplines, academics and book enthusiasts.
The book fair was organized by the central library of the Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology Ghulam Ishaq Khan in the new university block.
The Rector of the GIK Institute, Professor Fazal Ahmad Khalid, was the main guest of the ceremony. Book suppliers from Rawalpindi, Lahore and Peshawar set up their stands at the fair.
Posted in Dawn, December 16, 2021