Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) vice-president Maryam Nawaz on Saturday warned the government against stealing the upcoming election in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).
Addressing the public rally in Islamgarh, the PML-N vice president said that neither this is 2018 nor is this the old PML-N, adding that the Kashmiri people will not leave if anyone tried to rob their votes.
Maryam Nawaz also mentioned that Azad Kashmir has announced its decision before the election, adding that Kashmiris have expressed their support for Nawaz Sharif in upcoming election on July 25.
She maintained that the PTI s minister cannot enter Kashmir and urged the voters not only to vote on July 25 but also safeguard their vote.
The PML-N leader, who is campaigning for election in Azad Kashmir, said that her party had won the Daska by-elections despite rigging. “Imran Khan is initiating his election campaign from his ATM’s constituency, adding that he is starting his election campaign from the Bagh area because he found an ATM there, she said.
The former first daughter said Imran Khan is inaugurating the projects started by her father Nawaz Sharif and urged everyone to admit that Nawaz Sharif is a teacher, adding that the former prime minister wanted to build a motorway in Kashmir.
“China wanted to start many projects with its money in Kashmir during PML-N supremo’s tenure,” she said and added China-Pakistan Economic Project (CPEC) was progressing during Sharif’s tenure.