Nawaz Sharif addressed a large election campaign rally in Burewala, Punjab, where he assured the provision of gas to everyone and promised to control the increasing prices of roti and sugar.
He expressed gratitude to the people of Burewala for attending the rally in large numbers despite the cold weather.
The ex-prime minister urged people to compare his tenure with the current situation after his ouster and announced plans to upgrade Burewala’s status to a district.
Nawaz Sharif also announced plans for the construction of an airport and the passage of a motorway from Burewala, if elected into power.
Meanwhile, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has officially announced that its party manifesto will be revealed on January 27.
PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif will disclose the party’s election manifesto in a press conference tomorrow (Saturday) in Lahore.
Party sources confirmed that the PML-N manifesto will focus on creating jobs, improving life standards, health, education, economy, livestock, and agriculture sectors.
The PML-N manifesto has given special attention to the education sector, according to party sources.