General Elections will be held next year, claims Maryam Nawaz

General Elections will be held next year, claims Maryam Nawaz

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Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Mariam Nawaz announced on Monday that a general election will be held next year.

In informal conversations with the media outside the court of accountability in Lahore, Marian Nawaz Sharif said that PML-N will win the Gilgit-Baltistan election.

PML-N leaders then met with the party chairman Shehbaz Sharif and opposition party leaders at Hamza Shahbaz, the Punjab State Assembly.

Maryam Nawaz said earlier that there is no holy cow in Pakistan and everyone must answer.

Addressing the launching ceremony of ‘Sher Jawan’ movement to encourage its young workers to change the destiny of the country with their new innovative ideas in Lahore, she said that the main purpose of the movement is to give political consciousness to the new generation, adding that we will make the youth the “Shaheens of Iqbal”.

The vice president of PML-N said that when the vote is respected, young people can get laptops, scholarships, new schools and universities, adding that the extended 20 to 22 hours of load shedding is zero, and drone strikes are also It was over, and the prime minister’s enemy country came to Pakistan.

Maryam Nawaz said that if votes are not respected, terrorism will rise, the people will not be blessed, and the Kashmir case will be lost. She said: “New loans worth millions of rupees have entered the pockets of the flour, sugar, electricity and gas mafia.”

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