At an election rally in Multan, Jahangir Tareen, Chairman of the Istehkam-e-Pakistan Party (IPP), announced plans to collaborate with Nawaz Sharif, positioning him as their leader if the government is formed. Tareen, rooted in Multan, expressed commitment to local economic improvement, salary increments, and collective efforts for national prosperity.
Highlighting the importance of prayer and unity, Jahangir Tareen called for collaboration across political lines to work for the nation’s betterment. Predicting economic growth under Nawaz Sharif’s leadership, he envisions job creation and national development, aiming for a brighter future post-February 8.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Muslim League-N President Shehbaz Sharif addressed corruption allegations during a Lahore press conference. Citing a Transparency International report, he defended Nawaz Sharif’s tenure, emphasizing a decrease in the corruption index. Shehbaz Sharif refuted corruption claims related to the motorway project, highlighting its positive impact.
Critiquing the 2018 government formation, Shehbaz Sharif labeled it as a result of rigging and witchcraft. He urged the public to shape the country’s future through votes on February 8, emphasizing the importance of democratic decision-making.