Nawaz Sharif asks prospective candidates to fight corruption
Lahore: PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif administered an oath to over 3,000 people seeking his party`s ticket for the upcoming polls in Pakistan, whereby they pledged to fight against corruption.
Sharif sought the pledge from ticket-seekers looking to contest elections as PML-N candidates who had come to his palatial Raiwind residence yesterday.
"Commit yourselves to work for eradicating corruption from Pakistan," Sharif told them.
"Raise your hand and say after me: I will fight against corruption and eradicate this menace from my country.
Praising the resolve of his younger brother, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to fight corruption, the former PM claimed: "No one can raise a finger at the Punjab government with regard to corruption in any project."
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