Making judiciary and institutions controversial is enmity with Pakistan: Ch Shujat Hussain, Parvez Elahi

People fully know who have made them miserable and working for their prosperity

Make PML active, address to Jhelum party leaders

Lahore/Islamabad: 06-07-2017: Pakistan Muslim League (PML) President and former Prime Minister Ch Shujat Hussain and senior central leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Ch Parvez Elahi have said that making judiciary and military institutions controversial is enmity with Pakistan, making Pakistan Muslim League strong and active is duty of every Muslim Leaguer.

They said this while addressing party leaders from Jhelum at their residence in Islamabad today (Thursday). The meeting was participated by Ch Wajahat Hussain, Central Secretary General Tariq Bashir Cheema, Chief Organizer Muhammad Basharat Raja and Imtiaz Ranjha besides former District Nazim Jhelum Ch Farrukh Altaf, former Tehsil Nazim Abid Jautana, ticket holder Arif Chaudhry and other party leaders also. The meeting discussed at length as how to make party more strong and active.

Ch Shujat Hussain told the meeting that Ch Parvez Elahi will undertake organizational tour of Jhelum soon.

The PML leaders further said that the people fully know who have made them miserable and sank the country in debts, they will not support those who are making judiciary and military institutions controversial, people have also come to know as to who is sincere with them, who has served them with good intentions and honestly, accomplished such historical and result-oriented works for their welfare, well-being and prosperity which had not been undertaken ever previously in the history of the country. They said that every true Pakistani wants strong and prosperous Pakistan.

They directed the party leaders to make the party active and effective at every level, increase contacts with the people and workers because those misleading the people with their dramas and false promises and stealing their mandate have been exposed and the people particularly common and poor man, farmer and worker are fed up with them. #