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Section 144 cannot halt masses flood: Nawaz

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ABBOTTABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) Quaid Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said that the imposition of section 144 by the government cannot halt the masses flood and the conspirators will have to rush from the scene. Addressing to public procession on Wednesday at Abbottabad he urged the people’s of the four provinces including Azad Kashmir and FATA to come out from their houses to get the long march succeeded.

He said “if we compromise with the government then we can establish our government in Punjab but we prefer the country’s interests”. He said that if the current system continues then it will be difficult to save Pakistan and PML-N will not compromise in this setup at any cost.

He further stated that the people who were talking about his insurgency but in reality the same mutiny were injected in their own spirits. Sharif said that the circumstances in the state were extremely at stake and the president Zardari was still busy in breaking the government. “We want to set up significant political tradition in the country and proud of our Hazara division’s leaders who turn down 60 millions and stick to their stance” he added.

He stated that the system was worsening day by day and it is the obligation of the politicians and the masses to safeguard the country and they can change the history. He further stated that it was expected to resolve the issues according to the masses’ will soon after the election and the candles would be lit in the poor’s houses but all the dreams of the poor have been shattered. He said that he hopefully inked the Charter of Democracy with Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif catered to his promises and he did not back out his promises like Zardari.-SANA

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