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Revival of economy first and last priority: Nawaz Sharif

PML-N supremo says those hindering the development, and prosperity of the country will never be forgiven

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PML-N supremo and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has said that his first and last priority is the revival of Pakistan’s economy.

Nawaz said this while talking to a delegation of the PML-N’s overseas leaders in London.

He was of the idea that everyone would have to play their role in ensuring the stability of Pakistan in the economic field. He added that the public would conduct accountability through their power of vote.

The three-time former premier said the journey to development would resume from where it had been ended. He vowed to pull Pakistan out of the crises of economic misery, inflation, and unemployment.

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Nawaz also asked the overseas Pakistanis to play their role in running the industries through investment. He also stressed that those hindering the development and prosperity of the country would never be forgiven

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