PML-N's popularity hit by inflation, says Safdar.

MANSEHRA -- Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader retired Captain Mohammad Safdar on Thursday said his party's popularity had declined due to the growing prices of essential goods and energy.

He, however, insisted that had Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif's administration not made unpopular economic moves, the country would have gone bankrupt due to the policies of the last government led by 'incapable' prime minister Imran Khan.

Mr Safdar told a public meeting in Danna area here that despite a decline in popularity, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz continued to be the most popular party in the country.

He said party supremo and his father-in-law Nawaz Sharif would return from abroad 'very soon' to lead the country to development.

Party leader says Nawaz to return 'very soon'

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader said Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif had inaugurated mega development projects in Hazara division, including Hazara Motorway.

He promised the early laying of gas lines for Agroor and Tanawal areas and said the construction of the Manchora Dam near Oghi would help irrigate vast barren land and thus, contributing to the region's development.

Mr Safdar also inaugurated work on development projects in the NA-14 constituency.

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