PESHAWAR – Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, Youth Wing, President, Capt (retd) Safdar Saturday criticised the ruling Pakistan People’s Party government for failing to deliver during the last-four-anda-a-half years.

He claimed that PML would sweep the upcoming general elections in the country. “By winning majority of the seats across the country, PML-N will resolve the long awaited demands and overcome the existing energy crisis, law and order problems and increasing unemployment ratio, Safdar said while addressing a news conference here at press club. He said that PML-N is an ideological party and the doors of party will be open for all those who are ready to follow the party manifesto.   

About the Youth Wing membership campaign, he said in Punjab they achieved the target of one hundred thousand memberships during the campaign. Similarly, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province about sixty thousand membership forms have been received while forty thousand more membership will be made, he added. 

On the occasion, PML-N Youth Wing Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chapter President Mian Rashid, Mian Habib and other leaders were also present.  

Safdar also refuted emergence of any internal differences in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and claimed that PML-N will emerge as a strong political force in the country by sweeping in the upcoming general polls. PML-N is the only driven force to steer the country out of the existing prevailing situation, he maintained, adding PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif is the only hope for the distress and pressed people of the country.

He said that the youth is the asset of the county and they will work to pull the country out of the prevailing and uncertain situation. He also linked a strong and prosperous Pakistan to empowerment of talented youth in the parliament.

In reply to a query, he commented that resignation of PML-N former two MPAs Shazia Aurangzeb and Mehar Sultana didn’t receive any set-back. Similarly, brushing aside perceptions about his differences among party ranks, he said PML-N is a political party like other political parties, and it is not a matter how much its was highlighted.