Nawaz Sharif’s audio message to people to vote for ‘lion’ ahead of polls

Will the people vote for the 'lion'?

TOMORROW is the D-day for the elections to take place in Pakistan. And ahead of the elections, jailed Nawaz Sharif has sent out an audio message.

Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is now in Rawalpindi’s Adiala jail, has urged the citizens of the country to vote for his Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in the general elections on July 25.

In an audio message posted on Twitter by his daughter, Maryam Nawaz, he said: 

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Sharif showed unhappiness that he and his daughter were imprisoned for leading a campaign of respecting the mandate.

The three-time prime minister said, “The time has come to make this movement of respecting the vote a great success and deliver a grand verdict that will wash away the previous verdicts, which has made Pakistan a ‘graveyard of justice.”

Stressing that it was a golden opportunity for the voters, Sharif urged voters to step out of their houses and vote for the ‘lion’ (PML-N’s party symbol) on Wednesday to change the fate of Pakistan.

TODAY is the last day of campaigning for all the parties, the deadline falls at 12:00 AM (local time).

Pakistan will go to polls on Wednesday.


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