Country faces financial emergency due to corruption: Sh Rashid
RAWALPINDI (92 News) – Awami Muslim League chairman Sheikh Rashid said that the country faced financial emergency due to corruption.
Talking to the media after inaugurating an election office in NA-60 on Wednesday, he said that Nawaz had promised Benazir Bhutto to boycott the elections, but later contested the elections. “Nawaz Sharif will not make the mistake of election boycott,” he said.
The AML chief said that all religious parties will support them over the Khatam-e-Nabuwat issue.
He said that he had high hopes with the COAS and the CJ that the elections would be fair. “Kalabagh Dam cannot be constructed until a constitutional guarantee from Punjab about the distribution of water.
Sheikh Rasheed said that they would give 10,000 jobs in the constituency after coming to the power.
He said that after looting the country for 40 years, Shehbaz Sharif is saying he is not responsible for loadshedding.