Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif expressed deep concerns over the country’s setback, highlighting the need for introspection and progress to uplift Pakistan from its current state.
Speaking passionately, he reminisced about Pakistan’s past industrial achievements, recalling the time when the country excelled in exporting engines and boasted superior infrastructure.
Addressing the nation, Sharif reflected on the previous government’s successes in 2017, citing contentment among the people and substantial advancements, notably the swift progress of CPEC. He emphasized the abrupt turn in events in 2018, mentioning a sense of jealousy among political rivals anticipating the return of the PML-N to power.
Expressing frustration and raising poignant questions, he pondered the reasons behind the unexpected change in the country’s trajectory in 2018. Sharif stressed the urgency of rectifying the nation's current state, advocating for reparations and calling for efforts to elevate Pakistan to its rightful position.
In a rallying call, he urged for collective action, emphasizing the need for a unified effort to steer the country towards progress and reclaim its deserving stature on the global stage. Sharif concluded by highlighting the importance of transcending personal interests for the greater good of Pakistan.