On Saturday, Maryam Nawaz, the chief organizer of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), asserted that if the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa entrusted her party with power, it could alter the nation’s trajectory.
Addressing an election rally, she emphasized the transformative potential of voting, stating, “It is within your power to reshape the future of your province through your vote. If you choose us, we will cultivate its growth akin to Punjab.”
Maryam urged the populace, particularly the youth, to endorse the PML-N for their advancement. She underscored that the PML-N’s manifesto wasn’t merely a document but a testament to the party’s accomplishments.
While refraining from explicitly mentioning the Pakistan Peoples Party, Maryam referenced a party that governed Sindh for 15 years, urging them to address the deplorable state of local schools, likening them to cattle farms.
In a veiled criticism aimed at the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, she highlighted a political party’s alleged exploitation of youth in orchestrating violent attacks on government and military installations on May 9 of the previous year.
Maryam pledged that upon assuming power, the PML-N would alleviate the burden on citizens by reducing prices of essential commodities, particularly wheat flour and sugar, along with electricity rates. She expressed confidence in Nawaz Sharif’s leadership to navigate the country out of economic and other crises.
Accompanying Maryam were PML-N central leaders Pervez Rasheed, Mariam Aurangzeb, and party election candidates.