ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s jailed old Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is in Rawalpindi’s Adiala jail, Pakistan. Nawaz Sharif urged a vote to citizens of the country for Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) within the general elections on July 25.
His daughter, Maryam Nawaz posted an audio message on Twitter, he said, “July 25 is simply around the corner. I’m listening to your passionate chants of ‘Vote ko Izzat Do’ (respect the vote) from the jail.”
In a previous audio message in London last week, Mr. Sharif had an emotional charm to the citizens of the country to vote in massive numbers. Mr. Sharif urged voters to make July twenty-five an unforgettable day.
Mr. Sharif showed unhappiness that he and his daughter were confined for leading a campaign of respecting the mandate.
The three-time prime minister said, “The time has returned to create this movement of respecting the vote a good success and deliver a grand verdict that may wash away the previous verdicts, that has made Pakistan a ‘graveyard of justice.”
Stressing is that it absolutely was a golden chance for the voters, Mr. Sharif urged voters to step out of their homes and vote for the ‘lion’ (PML-N’s party symbol) on Wednesday to change the fate of Pakistan.
Mr. Sharif and his daughter felt guilty whereas they were away in London, On July 6. While Mr. Sharif was given 10 years of imprisonment and fined eight million pounds, Ms. Maryam was awarded eight years in jail and fined 2 million pounds. When they arrived Lahore on 13 July, the 2 were taken to Islamabad by a chartered flight, from wherever they were taken to Adiala jail in Rawalpindi.
The point for campaigning by all the parties has returned to an end at 12 am (Tuesday local time).
Pakistan will go to polls on Wednesday.