LAHORE: Criticising Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) for its “failures” in Sindh, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Chief Nawaz Sharif said he will make an alliance with other provincial leaders in order to uplift the province.
Nawaz was speaking to media during a joint press conference with Pakistan Muslim League – Functional (PML-F) chief Pir Pagara and National Peoples Party (NPP) Chief Ghulam Murtaza Khan Jatoi in Lahore on Friday.
PML-F and NPP chiefs visited Nawaz to condole the death of his brother.
Calling Sindh Local Government Ordinance 2012 an attempt to divide the province, Pir Pagara said PPP approved the system without keeping in mind the demands of the people of Sindh.
“PPP cannot make government in the centre nor in Punjab, K-P or Balochistan because of its poor performance; it will strive for Sindh but people of this province have seen it’s governance for last five years and we will work together to ensure they are not elected again,” he said.
Agreeing with the concerns raised by Pir Pagara, Nawaz said their coalition will not just benefit Sindh but the entire country.
Nawaz also accused Tahirul Qadri of forming an alliance with the PPP by agreeing to “Islamabad Long March Declaration.”