Musharraf suggests all Muslim League factions to unite to form new political force


ISLAMABAD: All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) Chairman General (retd) Pervez Musharraf has suggested that all factions of Muslim League should get united to form a major political force that will build new Pakistan and relieve this country from political and economic chaos.

Addressing a public meeting participated by party workers from twin cities as well as other parts of the country at G-9, Islamabad on Sunday, General (retd) Pervez Musharraf said that he would lead this third political force from the front himself after coming to Pakistan.

Prior to the public gathering, APML central executive committee (CEC) in its meeting nominated Dr Muhammad Amjad as the new president of the party and Mehreen Malik Adam as secretary general.

APML’s general body endorsed the two nominated candidates.

Musharraf further said that APML is the party rooted in entire Pakistan and every citizen of the country without any discrimination of gender, ethnicity, and language can become part of this party.  He lauded the efforts of those women who played their part in making this public meeting successful and led the workers to this gathering.

The APML chairman also lauded the role of youth in building Pakistan and said that there is a need to focus on labour and peasant classes of the country.

He went on to say that 2018 is an election year and APML will fully participate in it.

Musharraf also said that he will spearhead the election campaign himself after returning to the country.



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