Pakistan Muslim League leader Rana Sanaullah said on Saturday that it was unfair to categorise the party as the ‘new favourites’ just because cases were being closed.
Addressing a press conference in Lahore, Sanaullah said that all parties will take part in the elections and the people will decide who to vote for.
Regarding the recent flurry of people joining the party, the former interior minister said that having electables on board was not a bad thing.
He also addressed the recent criticism levelled by Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and said that criticism should be ‘political’ in nature. He added that Bilawal was criticising but not presenting any solutions.
Sanaullah added that PMLN would win 120-125 seats from Punjab and that the party has more than one candidate in each constituency.
He said that the party had taken Pakistan out of the crises it faced in 2013 and it will will again fix things after a simple majority.
Sanaullah said that Nawaz Sharif would soon accelerate his political activity and address rallies in every division of Punjab.