Shehbaz urges masses to defeat candidates with ‘bat, arrow, jeep’ symbols

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif Wednesday urged the masses to defeat candidates contesting the forthcoming elections with ‘bat, jeep and arrow’ as their electoral symbols.
Speaking at a rally in Rajanpur district of Punjab, the PML-N president said that Nawaz Sharif had to sleep on the floor on the first night in prison, adding that the former prime minister was not even allowed to meet their mother.
“Nawaz Sharif issued health cards in Punjab to facilitate the masses,” he said, adding that the kind of hospital built by his party’s government in Muzaffargarh was not even there in the United States.
Paying tribute to Baloch people who have a sizeable population in the region, the former Punjab chief minister said, “South Punjab is a stronghold of the PML-N.”
He urged the masses to defeat the ones “with electoral symbols of bat, jeep and arrow” and vote for those contesting the polls on ‘lion’ symbol.
Shehbaz further criticised Imran Khan saying that when dengue virus attacked Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief went to Nathia Gali.