Nawaz slams duality in LB law
HALA, Jan 19: Pakistan Muslim League-N chief Nawaz Sharif said on Saturday that there shouldn’t be different local government laws in one province.
Speaking at a public meeting organised by the Sindh United Party against the local government law adopted by the provincial assembly, he said politics should not be used to divide people. “The PML-N hates politics of division. Sindh province should be treated uniformly,” he said.
Mr Sharif said if the nation voted him to power, he would work round the clock to overcome the problems bedevilling the country.
Syed Jalal Mehmood Shah, chief of the Sindh United Party, said people still clung to the dream of a democracy, their disillusionment notwithstanding, which could bring about transparency, accountability and equity. He reiterated that Pakistan was a multi-nation state, recalling a six-point charter the SUP had signed with the PML-N.