Ahsan Iqbal, senior leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) said on Saturday that his party will secure the majority in the upcoming general elections scheduled for late January next year.

Speaking to media in Lahore, the former planning minister recalled the ouster of PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, saying he was ousted as the premier through a conspiracy in 2017.’

‘’Nawaz Sharif was not given a level playing field in 2018,” he observed.


Opining on the elections, he said, ‘’Elections in the country should be held on time to bring economic stability to the country.’’

He lavished praise on Nawaz Sharif, saying, ‘’It was Nawaz Sharif who addressed the problems in line with power outages”, Samaa has reported.
The former planning minister also said, ‘’Nawaz Sharif has said that institutions should play their role to take the country out of the economic quagmire.’’