LAHORE: The ‘New Pakistan’ will only come into being under the leadership of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and not Imran Khan. These ‘epic’ views were expressed by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) leader, Hamza Sharif. He was addressing a huge rally held to end the NA-122 election campaign on a high note. “If Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief wants to become a leader then he must try to have a heart like Nawaz Sharif. Doesn't he know that by telling lies no one can become a leader?” the son of Punjab chief minister Shahbaz Sharif told a sea of bobbing heads chanting pro PMLN slogans across the well-lit venue in Doongi Ground, Samnabad. He said that people of the country, today, were experiencing the real change under the leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif as the PM had fulfilled his all promises made during the campaign of election 2013. "The PML-N candidate Ayaz Sadiq will win NA-122 by-elections with the support of people as they loved with the PML-N and policies of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif," Hamza said. He said that Metro train was also being initiated in Lahore after the success of the metro bus service to facilitate the Lahoriites. "The government will not rest until the elimination of terrorism. It will utilize all available resources to ensure peace and law and order in the country," the Sharif family's young politician stressed. Taking Khan to task, Hamza lamented the 126-day-old sit-in by PTI outside parliament cost the economy of the country a fortune. “He wasted two-and-a-half-years of the nation for no reason. It was Khan’s bullheadedness that led to the cancellations of Chinese president’s tour to Pakistan,” said he adding," It was an attempt to jeopardize the Pakistan-China Trade Corridor." In his counterblast at Dongi Ground, which was going parallel to Imran Khan’s anti PMLN tirade at Muzzang Chungi, Hamza said the ‘obsession’ would get the better of the ‘possession’ -- an indirect reference to PTI candidate Aleem Khan, alleged to be a land-grabber. “The nation can see the face of Pakistan changing. One day we will become the best nation of the world,” said he. Complaining about the foul language used by Imran Khan, Hamza said the Election Commission of Pakistan had tied their tongues; otherwise, they would have given the PTI leader a befitting reply.