In a press conference held in Lahore, senior leader and former Federal Minister for Interior of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Rana Sanaullah, asserted that they would not respond to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in his own language and style. Sanaullah emphasized that the PML-N does not wish to escalate tensions and bitterness, hence the decision to abstain from responding in kind to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
During the press conference, Sanaullah acknowledged Bilawal Bhutto Zardari as the chairman of a political party and expressed the PML-N’s desire to reduce hostilities. He recalled that until a few months ago, both parties had collaborated on certain issues, indicating a willingness to tolerate differences for the greater good.
Sanaullah underscored that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, as the chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), cannot garner opposition votes by praising the PML-N. Therefore, the PML-N has chosen not to engage in a verbal tit-for-tat with the PPP chairman.
Addressing the recent interview of Nawaz Sharif on Khawar Maneka, Sanaullah called for an investigation into the authenticity of the statements made by Maneka. He suggested that the statements made under conscience must be scrutinized for accuracy and truthfulness.
The PML-N leader expressed optimism about expanding their party’s support base beyond Punjab, foreseeing a majority in other provinces as well. Sanaullah reflected on the achievements under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif, highlighting that the PML-N had successfully steered the country out of crises on two previous occasions.
Sanaullah affirmed his belief that, once again, the PML-N, under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif, would navigate the country out of the current challenges. He stressed the importance of unity and collective efforts to move the country forward.
Rana Sanaullah asserted that despite political differences, the era of democracy and people’s will is stronger than ever before, signaling a commitment to democratic values without hindrance. The leader expressed confidence in leading the nation out of its current predicaments, calling for a collective effort to propel the country towards progress and prosperity.