Nawaz Sharif expresses desire to contest elections from Azad Kashmir

MUZAFFARABAD: Demonstrating solidarity with individuals of Occupied Kashmir, previous Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday communicated a want of holding open office in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) following his ouster as the chief.

Tending to an open speech at the Muzaffarabad University College Ground, Sharif said he is no more among the qualified/qualified people in Pakistan for an open office yet fit the bill for AJK.

“My obligation should to be alloted here until the point that a choice is set up on my exclusion in Pakistan,” the PML-N supremo said.

Sharif said some development projects were in pipeline and the country was advancing however he was expelled from his seat. “Had I not been expelled, the general population of AJK would have had employments, equity and instruction,” he included.