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Nawaz Sharif Advocates Peaceful Diplomacy and Economic Stewardship in PMLN’s Election Preparations

PMLN leader Nawaz Sharif emphasized his stance against war with India during the Kargil conflict, stating that time has vindicated his position. Expressing his vision for improved regional ties, he pledged to enhance relations with neighboring countries if re-elected.

Reflecting on his past leadership, Nawaz Sharif highlighted Pakistan’s economic prosperity under his rule until 2017, attributing subsequent economic challenges to a perceived inexperienced successor.

Asserting his commitment to national dignity, he cited bold decisions such as the 1998 nuclear tests. Sharif stressed the importance of amicable relations with neighbors, underscoring the need to cultivate positive ties with India, Afghanistan, and Iran while reinforcing connections with China.

Aleem Khan Dismisses Seat Adjustment Reports With PML-N

In another development, Istehkam-e-Pakistan Party (IPP) President Abdul Aleem Khan dismissed rumors of seat adjustments with the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in the upcoming general elections, stating that a decision would be made post obtaining permission from the party’s CEC.

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In Lahore, Aleem Khan expressed, “We haven’t discussed seat adjustments with the PML-N in the CEC. Our decision will follow CEC approval.” He added that the IPP is open to talks, emphasizing the importance of avoiding personalizing political differences.

Regarding Nawaz Sharif’s meeting with PML-Q chief Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, Aleem Khan commended the gesture. He clarified that Shehbaz Sharif met IPP’s Jahangir Khan Tareen as a goodwill gesture, not for a specific agenda.

On seat adjustments with the Pakistan Peoples Party, Aleem Khan stated, “No contact from the PPP regarding seat adjustment.” He highlighted the need to uplift democracy for the country’s economy and security.

Recalling May 9 events, Aleem Khan asserted, “No room for negotiation with PTI after May 9 vandalism.” He criticized the former PTI chief for focusing on imprisoning opponents, blaming the PTI for harming the country.

Regarding newly-appointed PTI chief Barrister Gohar, Aleem Khan clarified, “Never met Barrister Gohar. He was part of the PPP, and I had no association with the PPP.”

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