Pakistan General Election Former PM PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif mentioned Atal Bihari Vajpayee PM Modi visit in election campaign

Pakistan General Election: Elections were held on Thursday (February 8) for 336 seats of the National Assembly of Pakistan and 4 provincial assemblies. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s party Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) had entered the elections in a different style this time. During the election campaign, former PM Nawaz Sharif tried to play the trump card of friendship with India. How much benefit it will get in the elections by citing extending the hand of friendship with India, will become clear only after the counting of votes.

In the ongoing vote counting in Pakistan, in the initial trends, former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) seems to be getting a big lead. Election trends seem to be presenting a different picture of Pakistan, whereas this time former PM Nawaz Sharif kept mentioning India’s name and friendship a lot in his election campaign.

Count Vajpayee-Modi’s visits to Pakistan

During his tenure, the former PM, from former Prime Minister of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee to the current PM Narendra Modi Mentioned a lot in election speeches and meetings. He said that during his tenure, everyone from former PM Vajpayee to current PM Modi came to Pakistan. In his address at such election meetings, there have also been talks about improving relations with India. That is why he kept mentioning about Vajpayee-Modi coming to Pakistan in his election rallies. He held the former PM responsible for Pakistan’s economic crisis. Imran Khan And his party told PTI.

Trying to set the next innings with the help of India

On the other hand, India has been continuously making it clear to Pakistan that it is not ready to talk until cross-border terrorism is stopped and strict action is not taken against terrorism. Despite this, in this elections, Nawaz Sharif has been seen trying to set his next political innings by singing the praises of India in a positive manner.

Pakistan acknowledged India’s strength

From this it is clearly visible that former PM Nawaz Sharif and the people of Pakistan are also acknowledging India’s strength and progress. Ever since his return from London, Nawaz Sharif has been expressing his intention to improve relations with India. This was clearly visible during the entire election campaign. Not only this, PMLN also included the idea of ​​giving ‘peace message’ in its election manifesto. However, he continued to insist that India should return the abolished special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

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