Expats React On PML-N Victory

Challenges will be resolved with experience

By Jamil Khan @ The Gulf Today-Sharjah, May 14, 2013

SHARJAH: Nawaz Sharif, the third-time winner in general elections since 1990 in Pakistan, has raised the expectations of people not just in the country but abroad as well. Many predict that he will bring what the nation has dreamt of for the last many decades – peace, prosperity, good governance and rule of law.
Talking to The Gulf Today, Pakistani expatriates from different walks of life in the UAE shared their views on the victory of Nawaz Sharif and his party Pakistan Muslim League which will form the government in the centre and in the biggest province of the country, the Punjab.jamil-pml-reaction
Rao Akbar Ali Saqi, Senior Vice President, PML-N, in Al Ain, says that the country has been passing through a difficult time. “He (Sharif) has the experience of of running the government twice. In the last tenure, Shahbaz Sharif (brother of Nawaz) has proved successful as chief minister in Punjab. We are hopeful and assured that Nawaz Sharif and his party will strive hard for the country’s development with their experience,” he remarks.
Responding to a question regarding the challenges the country has been facing on various fronts, the local leader of PML-N says that “there are many challenges, like law and order situation in different areas in the country from Quetta to Peshawar, scarcity of electricity resulting in the shortfall of industrial production and inability to meet the challenges of export targets and many more. But all these problems will be tackled as he has enough experience and a dedicated team to achieve the good results,” he adds.
Muhammed Javed expresses his deep satisfaction at the victory of PML-N and termed it is the result of the good character of Nawaz Sharif and his experience in galvanising the masses. “We were optimistic about the victory of Nawaz Sharif but were concerned about Imran Khan’s huge public rallies. But he had no experience and his blunt language resulted in him getting less seats as he was dreaming to be the next Prime Minister,” he remarks.
“In the last two terms, Nawaz had ruled for four-and-a-half years but in the next five years he will achieve what he could not in the past two terms. This victory will be a turning point for the country’s fate and the people of Pakistan will see the development they twere dreaming of in the last 60 years,” Javed assures.

~ by jamilkhan on May 14, 2013.

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