LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif, who returned to Pakistan today (Saturday) after spending four years in self-imposed exile, presented his nine-point agenda to pull the country out of crises, Marriyum Aurangzeb said.
In a statement, the PML-N spokesperson said that the former prime minister presented his nine-point agenda in his speech at Minar-e-Pakistan, where PML-N orchestrated a massive rally to celebrate the return of their leader.
Marriyum Aurangzeb noted that the nine-point agenda focused on pulling out the country from crises.
The agenda included:
- Reduction in government and administrative expenses
- Increasing revenue and taxes and introducing reforms in tax system
- Emergency measures to increase exports
- Revolution in information technology
- Reducing prices of electricity and gas
- Management of loss-making institutions
- Employment opportunities for youth and women
- Revolution through modern technology in agriculture
- Reforms in judicial system
PML-N supremo reaches Islamabad
PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif reached Islamabad from Dubai via a chartered flight.
After landing at Islamabad airport, Sharif proceeded to the airport’s VIP lounge alongside party leader Ishaq Dar, to sign legal documents and complete biometric formalities.
The PML-N supremo stayed at Islamabad International Airport for over one hour where he signed documents and held consultation with his lawyers.
Notable leaders, including Maryam Nawaz, have already joined the rally, and Nawaz Sharif himself has arrived in Lahore from Islamabad, where he was warmly received by his brother, Shahbaz Sharif. A helicopter transported him to the historic Shahi Fort.