Sheikh dubs Nawaz rally as ‘weakest rally’

ISLAMABAD: Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rashid, while terming Nawaz Sharif’s rally as “weakest rally”, said that despite utilisation of massive government machinery and money, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has completely failed in bringing people on roads at large.

While talking to media on Thursday, Sheikh said that people from Islamabad didn’t participate in the rally and some government employees were forced to take part in it.

Replying to a question, Sheikh said that the PML-N is holding talks through back door and the day they speak the truth will be the last day of their politics.

Nawaz has been disqualified on corruption charges and people of Pakistan have rejected his long march against court judgment.

Sheikh Rashid pronounced that Hudaibya Paper Mills case will be tantamount to political suicide for Nawaz Sharif. “The nation will forget Panama Papers case after Hudaibiya Paper Mills case,” he said.

Responding to a question, he asserted that historical welcome will be given to Imran Khan on August 13.  “The response to Nawaz’s failed rally will be given on August 13 in Liaquat Bagh,” said Sheikh Rasheed.


Sheikh Rashid has announced to change the venue of a public meeting scheduled to be held on August 13.

In a statement issued here Thursday, he said that this year public meeting, which was supposed to be held at Lal Haveli in connection with Pakistan Day celebrations would be organised at Liaquat Bagh on the said date.

Sheikh Rashid said that leadership of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf (PTI) has also been informed about the decision.

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