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ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday urged people to vote on July 25, for the prosperity and well-being of the country.

Speaking at a PML-N workers’ convention in the capital, he said that after seeing the size of the audience he was certain that there would be a PML-N government in two months time.

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“I have come here for democracy and the victory of Pakistan. I was taking the country towards prosperity, but was not allowed to continue working,” he said.

Mr Sharif said that if the PML-N gets another chance “everyone will get employment”. He added that those who tear ballot papers will be punished. Speaking at the convention, Maryam Nawaz said there was no precedent in the last 70 years of such a large number of people gathering while fasting and in over 40°C temperatures.

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