February 8 elections have buried PML-N’s politics: Javed Hashmi

PoliticsFebruary 8 elections have buried PML-N’s politics: Javed Hashmi

The senior politician Javed Hashmi has said that the politics of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has been buried while owing to his compromising stance and surrender to the establishment to meet political objectives, Nawaz Sharif’s end has been so terrible.

While talking in ‘Do Tok with Kiran Naz’ Program on Samaa TV, Javed Hashmi said that in recent general elections, PML-N merely relied on the conviction that their matters had been settled with the establishment and they would sweep the polls easily but the elections results crushed their expectations into pieces.

   

Javed Hashmi said that now especially the PML-N’s politics has reached a disappointing end. He said that they rendered sacrifices and were also incarcerated but Nawaz Sharif struck deals with the establishment and compromised on his political ideology.

Therefore, he added, now in the twilight of his political career, Nawaz Sharif’s politics is ending on a disappointing note. 

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