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APML observes Youm-e-Nijat.

By LAHORE, October 13, 2011 (Balochistan Times): All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) observed October 12, as Youm-e-Nijat to mark the progress carried by APML Chief Pervez Musharraf. APML Spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry presiding over a party meeting in Punjab Secretariat stated that if PML-N led Federal government was allowed to rule for further six months in 1999, the country might had been bankrupt. APML Spokesman underscored that former President of Pakistan and APML Chief Musharraf overtaking Nawaz Sharifs regime on Oct 12, 1999 led the country on way of prosperity and stability. He said that since Musharrafs departure in 2008, fragile economy deteriorating peace and poor law and order situation have become hallmark of Pakistan during three years tenure of PPP led governance. APML Spokespersons further emphasized that so-called democratic government of Mian Nawaz Sharif in 1999 was worst example of civil-dictatorship that stigmatized the democratic values in the country and expose the autocratic mindset of Sharif Brothers. He stressed that German Nazi dictator Hitler also assumed power through public vote but the world identified him as dictator; Nawaz Sharif has the same mindset and he led the country in the marsh of crisis and challenges through his autocratic thoughts. Senior Office bearers of APML including APML Vice President Naeem Tahir, APML Lahore President Hafiz Ghulam Mohyuddin, Youth Wing leaders including Syed Imran Shamsi, Mubassar Ahmed, Saad Malik, Abdullah Sardar, Malik Waris Khokar, Jalal Zaidi, Jamshed Jalbi, Rida Zehra, Muhammad Umair and APML Women Wing Punjab Vice President Shahida Naseer, General Secretary Arifa Irfan also attended the meeting

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Oct 13, 2011
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