Sher Jawan drive launched

‘Nawaz wants Constitution upheld’, says Maryam

Statesman Report

LAHORE: Former first daughter and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) vice president Maryam Nawaz on Sunday said that there are no holy cows in Pakistan and everyone will have to answer.

Addressing the launching ceremony of ‘Sher Jawan’ movement to encourage its young workers to change the destiny of the country with their new innovative ideas in Lahore on Sunday, she said that the main purpose of the movement is to give political consciousness to the new generation, adding that we will make the youth the “Shaheens of Iqbal”.

The PML-N vice president said that when the vote is given respect, the youth get laptops, scholarships, new schools and colleges, adding that the prolonged 20 to 22 hours load shedding comes to zero, while drone strikes also end and the prime minister of the enemy country comes to Pakistan.

Maryam Nawaz said that terrorism rises, no welfare for people and the case for Kashmir is lost when no respect is given to the vote. “The new loans worth millions of rupees goes into the pockets of flour, sugar, electricity and gas mafias,” she said.

She went on to say that former prime minister and party supremo Nawaz Sharif talks about following constitution, oath and independence of judiciary, adding that the constitution is a book for the rights of masses.

The PML-N leader further said the reason behind Pakistan’s creation was still not being followed, however, after witnessing the enthusiasm of the attendees, she said that the country was in "safe hands".

Earlier, in a series of tweets, the PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz said that youngsters have to come forward for the supremacy of the Constitution.

The youth should take the decision of country’s progress in their hands, she stated.

Students were Quaid-e-Azam’s frontline force at the time of Independence. Once again Pakistan beckons you. Time has come to restore Quaid’s Pakistan. It is also a fight for your future. Join hands with Nawaz Sharif in this final battle of "Vote ko izat do", she posted.