Maryam Nawaz reaches Gilgit for election campaign
Forced to fly back to Islamabad the day gone by thanks to a landslide blocking the Skardu-Gilgit highway for site visitors, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz reached Gilgit on Sunday for the continued election campaign.
Maryam was previously campaigning for her birthday party in Skardu and had to move directly to Gilgit on Saturday while a PIA flight she was aboard needed to return to Islamabad due to the landslide.
The PML-N VP stayed within the federal capital for the night and left for Gilgit on Sunday morning at the side of senior party leaders, which include former Sindh governor Muhammad Zubair, Pervez Rashid, Ahsan Iqbal and celebration spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb.The PML-N vice president kicked off her election campaign in Gilgit-Baltistan amid mass defection inside the party’s regional chapter that left it weakened.
After accomplishing Skardu on a week-long go to on Thursday, Maryam in short addressed celebration employees while inaugurating the PML-N office within the location.”You will no longer vote for those who trade their loyalties, promise me. They’re backstabbers,” she said even as relating to the disgruntled birthday celebration workers who’ve joined other political events.
“I have heard that out of our 16 candidates, 8 or nine have changed their loyalties. Remember this when you go out to vote, that individuals who can not endure strain, will by no means stand for the general public’s rights,” she brought.
Over a dozen political and religious events – inclusive of the united states of america’s 3 predominant events Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), PML-N and PPP – are contesting the polls scheduled to be hung on November 15.In July, two tribes clashed over the possession of a strip of land, leaving 15 human beings lifeless and 30 others injured in K-P’s Kurram district.
Efforts to repair peace through a jirga failed after one of the tribes worried in the conflict demanded the discharge of its people.
A pinnacle district administration reputable, who asked now not to be named, said that the clash started out on June 29 while the Para Chamkani tribe began production on what they believed became network-owned land.
The Balishkhel tribe objected to this and claimed that residents of Para Chamkani had encroached upon their land, that’s regionally referred to as ‘Shamilat’, close to the Sadda region of the district, he delivered.
The struggle then descended into an armed conflict, leaving 15 useless, along with a paramilitary respectable, diagnosed as Wajid Yousafzai, from the Mardan district.