Syed Ali Shah:
QUETTA: In a candid address to party workers in Quetta, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif painted a promising future for Gwadar Airport, declaring it as the frontrunner for Pakistan’s premier aviation hub.
Reflecting on the PML-N’s commitment to Balochistan’s development, Sharif emphasized the extensive network of roads laid down during his tenure, connecting the province with the rest of the country. He proudly noted the significant reduction in travel hours from Quetta to Gwadar, a tangible outcome of the infrastructure investments.
PML N Launches Massive Development Projects
Asserting that his party had spearheaded massive development projects in Balochistan, Nawaz Sharif expressed confidence in Gwadar Airport’s ascent to national acclaim. The former premier subtly criticized the incumbent government, without explicitly naming Prime Minister Imran Khan, asserting that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had failed to live up to its promises of change in the region.
As political sentiments echoed in the hotel’s halls, Nawaz Sharif’s words resonated with the party faithful, painting a picture of hope and progress for Balochistan under the banner of PML-N. The event underscored the ongoing political narrative, with leaders positioning their parties as the architects of Balochistan’s transformation.