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Nawaz Sharif vowed to reduce inflation if voted to power

The re-establishment of Pakistan's economy and lowering the prices of essential goods would be one of PML(N) prime motives, said Nawaz.

Dubai, 3 July, 2023 (GNP): The PML(N) leader Nawaz Sharif promised on Sunday to bring down the increasing inflation rate in the country if his party wins the forthcoming general elections and comes into power.

While addressing the PML(N) delegation in Dubai, Nawaz expressed that his party would soon resolve the problems and difficulties which have been faced by the people of Pakistan.

The PML(N) delegation was led by Ghulam Mustafa Mughal, the party’s UAE president.

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Nawaz stated that the re-establishment of Pakistan’s economy and lowering the prices of essential goods would be one of his party’s prime motives.

“The PML-N would pull the country out of its economic crisis. It has always brought Pakistan out of its crises and would do so again,” he added.

As per the sources, the PML(N) leader will fly for Jeddah from Dubai with his daughter on 4 July. Following their schedule Nawaz will head towards London from Jeddah and Maryam will return to Pakistan on 10 July. 

Furthermore, The PML(N) executive will meet prominent personalities, businessmen along with representatives of oil companies. Also, he plans to hold important meetings during his Jeddah visit, reports said.

However, the lifelong disqualification of Nawaz as a parliamentarian came to an end recently in Pakistan as acting President Sadiq Sanjrani gave his assent to the Elections Act (Amendment) Bill, 2023.

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The new law set the period of disqualification to five years. The National Assembly passed the bill after the Senate approved it earlier. The finance minister Ishaq Dar passed the bill to the lower house, and it approved the bill unanimously.

After the acting president’s signature, the new law will benefit Nawaz Sharif and Istehkam-e-Pakistan Party (IPP) head Jahangir Tareen.

The new law revised Section 232 of the Elections Act, 2017 to set the period of disqualification to five years. It said that the disqualification term under Article 62 of the Constitution would not be longer than five years.