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57 REASONS NOT TO VOTE FOR PML-N : Nawaz Sharif is a Five Disaster Waiting to Happen in Pakistan. He Hates Pakistan Army & is Pro-India Sleeper Kashmiri!

57  REASONS NOT TO VOTE FOR NAWAZ SHARIF & PML-N

 

 

57 REASONS NOT TO VOTE PML- N ..NAWAZ & SHAHBAZ SHARIF. 
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1. Liars (Jedda Contract One Example) Supported Zardari Mr 20% for 5 years. 
2. Hudabiya Paper Mills Scandal (Reference 
Pending in NA 
3. Ittefaq Foundries Scandal (Loan 
Defaulters) 4. Money Laundering (illegal transfers) Ishaq Dar’s statement 5. NRO 
6. Record Lowest GDP in both tenures (90 & 
97) 
7. Tax Evaders 
8. Used Public Money for personal projection 9. Fake Degree Holders 
10. Defaulters of Banks & LESCO 11. Supported Zardari in order to get next 
term guaranteed 
12. Criminal Act of keeping 1.14 Million kids away from schools in Punjab 
13. No action taken against Fake Medicine producers (Haneef Abbasi PIC Scandal) 
14. PTCL, Wapda & Internet Defaulters in 
Assembly (Including Ch. Nisar) 15. Sana Ullah Zahri President PMLN Balochistan abusing ladies in Press Conf 
(Farzana Raja) 
16. Access to clean water in Punjab is decreased by 4% in last tenure of PML-N. 
17. Infant mortality rate in Punjab has 
increased in last 5 years. 
18. Revenue of Punjab has decreased in 
last 5 years. 
19. Number of children without access to 
education has increased in last 5 years. Whereas Punjab Govt. was spending money
on Laptops & Danish Schools. (11.5 million) 20. Infrastructure of Govt. schools in Punjab 
has been destroyed, 31% of schools 
without washrooms. 
21-not proper funding for rescue 1122, 
22- no fuel for petroling police that resulted in increase in crime ratio 
23- no funds for 
advancement of technical 
research in universities & colleges 
24- criminal and cruel cut on south punjab 
budget. 
25- no solution to the load shedding problem in punjab (it is provincial matter as well after 18th amendment) 26- transfer of 
funds to Mansehra, the 
constituency of Cap Safdar (Son in law of 
Nawaz Sharif) 
27- friendly nodes with terrorist groups 
28- no care of institute building 
29- no 3rd party audit of mega projects in Punjab 
30- to support milk project of Hamza 
Shahbaz, Punjab Govt used police to 
counter the other Dairy Farms in 
surrounding areas of Lahore 
31- family limited party (Nawaz to Shahbaz 
then Hamza and Maryam) 
32- 3000 times increase in personal assets during their tenure 33 – Qarz utaro mulk sanwaro scam –> Ran away with kids pocket money 
34 – Attack on Supreme Court 
35 – Kept a number of parties out of Parliament, through deceit and deception, 
who could have provided genuine opposition to PPP govt in last five years 
36 – Power hungry –> Ameer-ul-moaminin bill 
37 – Lack of intelligence and ability to 
articulate on issues in top leadership 
38 – Party is a family controlled mafia 
39 – Apparently returned to Pakistan with a vengeance to take revenge from Pakistani state 
and public 
40 – Total disregard of two nation theory by Nawaz Sharif 
41- Taking 22 billion dollars in reward of aimal kansi who killed 2 cia as he said he was real angry with the policy of the U.S. government in the Middle East south east asia, particularly toward the Palestinian people, Kansi said in a prison interview with CNN men like raymond davis who escape safely after killing 4 pakistanis with the help of Nawaz Sharif after that US top leaders said that pakistanis can even sell their moms for money. 
42- Supporting zardari. 
43-He himself is the champion of corruption and still facing such charges and interestingly he has not been declared innocent in any of the case like Asif Zardari. 
44-Poll rigging as usual 
45-Wasted precious tax paid public money on his and his family security 
46-Nawaz sharif not accepting debate challenge of imran khan live infront of whole nation because he is liar and supported by corrupt spoons nawaz and shahbaz loot money while kept his son and spoons to bark and do advocacy of 2 corrupt elephants. 
47-He is industrialist he always damage all kind of other business and he escape most investors. 
48-Faulty and failed schemes like Ashiana Scheme, Yellow Cab Scheme, “Jangla” Bus Service, Sasti Roti and Tandoor Schemes,Punjab is today under heavy debt of Rs 500 billion. 
49-Rana SanaUllah PML N Making Jokes about Hazrat Umar’s (R.A) Qoul. 
50-PPP and PML-N “corrupt, tried and failed family enterprise parties. 
51-VIP protocol culture LONG CONVOY MOVEMENT BLOCKING ROADS for long time even they dont care if patient dies in ambulance. 
52-Most gang rapes in punjab in last 5 years 
53-Freezing pakistani citizens bank accounts Radio tax. 
54-18 hours load shedding in punjab while free electricity and gas to three big factories of nawaz sharif for 4 years. 
55-Attacking free judiciary and supreme court. 
56-Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif and others misused official resources causing a loss to the national exchequer of Rs 620million by developing 1800 acres of land in Raiwind at state expense. 
57-Nawaz Sharif, Saif-ur-Rehman and others reduced import duty from 325% to 125% on import of luxury cars (BMW), causing a huge loss of Rs1.98 billion to the national exchequer.
 

 

 


 

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Living like a king — Sharif’s litany of abuses:” Sharif was always served ‘Lassi’ or Badami milk in a Mughal style silver glass by a crew of his choice.”

Living like a king — Sharif’s litany of abuses

News Intelligence Unit
By Kamran Khan

While constantly pleading with expatriate Pakistanis to send their hard-earned dollars to their motherland, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif caused a dent of at least Rs 110 crore to the national exchequer through the 28 foreign trips he undertook after assuming power on February 17, 1997.

Official documents seen by the News Intelligence Unit (NIU) disclosed that about Rs 15 crore were spent from the tax-payers money for Nawaz Sharif’s six Umra trips. For almost each of his foreign visits, Nawaz Sharif used his special Boeing plane that he had promised to return to PIA for commercial use in his famous national agenda speech in June last year.

Almost unbelievably, instead of keeping his promise to return this special aircraft to PIA, Sharif ordered an extravagant US$1.8 million renovation of his aircraft that turned the Boeing into an airborne palace. While reading sermons on austerity to the nation on almost every domestic tour, on this aircraft — on which all the seats were in a first class configuration — Nawaz Sharif and his entourage would always be served a specially-cooked, seven-course meal. PIA’s former chairman Shahid Khaqan Abbasi had, in fact, hired a cook who was familiar with Sharif’s craze for a special type of ‘Gajrela’ (carrot dessert).

While aboard his special plane, Sharif was always served ‘Lassi’ or Badami milk in a Mughal style silver glass by a crew of his choice. Even on domestic flights, Sharif and his men would be served with Perrier water, not available even to first class domestic passengers. The towels he would use on board, had golden embroidery.

Unknown-7Not for a moment, after making his historic promise to the nation in June last year for leaving the palatial prime minister house for a modest residence in Islamabad, did Nawaz Sharif show any intention to leave the prime minister’s palace. On the contrary, soon after that speech, the Prime Minister House received fresh supplies of imported crockery and groceries.

Some of the permanent in-house residents were Sharif’s personal friends, including one Sajjad Shah who used to crack jokes and play songs for him. Sharif’s little-known political mentor Hasan Pirzada, who died last month, always lived at the Prime Minister House. Sources estimate that Pirzada’s daily guest-list to the PM House numbered around 100 people who were always served with meals or snacks.

In the first year of Nawaz Sharif’s second term in power, Hamid Asghar Kidwai of Mehran bank fame, lived and operated from the Prime Minister House until he was appointed Pakistan’s ambassador to Kenya.

While making unending promises of instituting merit in all appointments and selections, Sharif played havoc with the system while issuing personal directives by ordering 30 direct appointments of officers in the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA). While Sharif was ordering these unprecedented direct appointments, his crony Saifur Rahman was seeking strict punishment and disqualification of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto for making direct appointments in Pakistan International Airlines.

Out of these 30 people who were directly appointed on posts ranging from deputy director to inspector in the FIA — without interviews, examination or training — 28 were from Lahore and were all close to the Sharif family or his government. One of the lucky inductees was a nephew of President Rafiq Tarar.

Nawaz Sharif had such an incredible liking for his friends from Lahore or Central Punjab, that not a single non-Central Punjabi was included in his close circle, both at the political or administrative levels in the Prime Minister’s Office. At one point, during his tenure, there was not a single Sindhi-speaking active federal secretary in Islamabad.

Unknown-2For about the first 18 months of Sharif’s second term in office, 41 of the most important appointments in Pakistan were in the hands of individuals who were either from Lahore or Central Punjab, despite the total lack of representation of smaller provinces in State affairs. Sharif stunned even his cabinet by choosing Rafiq Tarar for the post of President.

His activities were almost totally Lahore or Punjab focussed, reflected by the fact that in the first 16 months of power, he had only one overnight stay in Karachi. Conversely, he held an open Kutchery on every Sunday in Lahore, a gesture he never showed in any of the smaller provinces.

Nawaz Sharif, who had always promised a ‘small government’ ended up with no less than 48 people with the status of a federal minister in his cabinet. Ironically, less than fifteen per cent of the people in 49-member cabinet came from the three smaller provinces.

While anti-corruption rhetoric always topped his public speeches, Nawaz Sharif demonstrated tremendous tolerance for corruption as he completely ignored strong evidence laden corruption reports against Liaquat Ali Jatoi and his aides in Karachi.

Sources said that volumes of documents on the corruption of Liaquat Ali Jatoi, his brother Senator Sadaqat Ali Jatoi, the then Sindh health secretary and several of Liaquat’s personal staff members were placed before Nawaz Sharif, but he never ordered any action. These sources said that Nawaz Sharif also ignored evidence that showed Liaquat’s newly discovered business interests in Dubai and London.

Informed official sources said that Nawaz Sharif also ignored reports, even those produced by Shahbaz Sharif, about rampant corruption in the Ehtesab Cell (EC). Shahbaz Sharif and several other cabinet ministers had informed Sharif that Khalid Aziz and Wasim Afzal, Saifur Rahman’s right-hand men in the EC were involved in institutionalised corruption through extortion from Ehtesab victims and manipulation of the Intelligence Bureau’s secret funds.

Sources said that the Ehtesab Cell had issued official departmental cards to one Sarfraz Merchant, involved in several cases of bootlegging and another to Mumtaz Burney, a multi-billionaire former police official who had earlier been sacked from the service for being hand in glove with a notorious drug baron. Sharif was told that these two notorious individuals were serving as middle men between Khalid Aziz, Wasim Afzal and those sought by the EC both here and abroad.

Fully aware that Khawer Zaman and Major General Enayet Niazi were amongst the most honest and upright director generals of the FIA, he booted them out only to be replaced by handpicked cronies such as Major (Retd) Mohammad Mushtaq.

Sources said that while posting Rana Maqbool Ahmed as the Inspector General Police, Sindh, Nawaz Sharif was reminded by his younger brother Shahbaz Sharif about his reputation as one of the most corrupt Punjab police officers and also about his shady past. But Nawaz Sharif not only installed Rana as the IGP, but also acted on his advice to remove Gen. Moinuddin Haider as the Governor Sindh.

In a startling paradox, right at the time when the government media campaign was at its peak about the properties of Benazir Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari in Britain, particularly Rockwood estate in Surrey, disclosures came to light about the Sharif family’s multi-million pound apartments in London’s posh district of Mayfair.

The apartment No: 16, 16a, 17 and 17a that form the third floor of the Avonfield House in Mayfair is the residential base for Sharif family in London. Records show that all those four apartments were in the name Nescoll Ltd and Nielson Ltd Ansbacher (BVI) Ltd, the two off-shore companies managed by Hans Rudolf Wegmuller of Banque Paribas en Suisse and Urs Specker — the two Swiss nationals alleged to be linked with Sharif’s offshore fortune.

In a knee-jerk reaction last year, Sharif first denied the ownership of those flats. Later, his younger son Hasan Nawaz Sharif said the family had leased only two of the flats, while their spokesmen, including former law minister Khalid Anwer, said that Sharif had actually rented those flats.

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NAWAZ SHARIF LISTENS TO HIS MASTER’S VOICE-LIKE HE DID IN KARGIL WAR

 

But what will count with legal experts is the fact that in their tax returns, none of the Sharif family members had ever showed any foreign ownership of any properties, nor had their tax returns listed payments for any rented apartments abroad.

“With the sale of these Mayfair apartments, you can buy three Rockwood-size properties of Asif Zardari,” commented a source, who added that Sharif’s third party owned properties in Britain may land them in a crisis comparable only with Benazir and Zardari’s cases abroad.

In another example of hypocrisy, while Sharif geared up his government’s campaign against loan defaulters in Pakistan, a High Court in London declared his family a defaulter and ordered them to pay US$ 18.8 million to Al-Towfeek Company and its subsidiary Al-Baraka Islamic Bank as payment for interest and loan they had borrowed for Hudabiya Papers Limited.

The court papers said that the Sharifs refused to make payments on the principle amount and instead directed official action against the Arab company’s business interests in Pakistan. Informed sources said that a few days before the fall of the Nawaz Sharif government on October 12, lawyers representing the Sharif family were busy in hectic behind-the-scenes negotiations with Al-Towfeek executives in London for an out-of-court settlement. These sources said that negotiations in London broke down soon after the army action in Islamabad.

While Nawaz Sharif deployed the entire state machinery and spent millions of dollars from the IB’s secret fund to prove money-laundering charges against Benazir Bhutto and her husband abroad, his government crushed any attempt by the FIA to move the Supreme Court of Pakistan against a decision handed down by the Lahore High Court absolving the Sharif family from money-laundering charges instituted against them by the last PPP government.

FIA officials who had investigated the money-laundering charges against the Sharifs faced termination from service, while the agency was told that even a decision to probe money-laundering was a crime. This particular case is likely to now go to the Supreme Court in the next few weeks.

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