Speaking to reporters outside the Islamabad accountability court for hearing corruption cases against his family, Sharif said that his government had carried out various developmental works when he was in power.
He said, "We would have made Naya Pakistan, but who allows to work here," in what was an apparent jibe to the judiciary and Supreme Court, who disqualified him from politics recently, ARY News reported.
"Yesterday's Jalsa was in Lahore, the crowd was from Peshawar while the agenda was someone else's," he said.
The cricketer-turned-politician's 11-point agenda lays emphasis on education, health, revenue generation, corruption, investment, employment, agriculture, federation, environment, police system, women education, Geo TV reported.
"Ask yourself, why was this country made?" Khan asked the crowd to question itself.
According to the report, Imran Khan, who earlier branded the jalsa as "tsunami plus show", expressed his gratitude to the participants who turned out in quite a huge chunks to witness the "historic" gathering. (ANI)