nawaz sharif eager to return to pakistan
Nawaz Sharif’s legal team submitted medical reports, granting clearance for his return to Pakistan from United Kingdom on October 21, ending uncertainties. The proposed medical report acknowledges residual anginal symptoms but does not advise against air travel, marking a shift from previous recommendations.
Professor Carlo di Mario, an Interventional Cardiology consultant, verifies his continued medical oversight, detailing a history of treatments, including CABG, angioplasties, and ablations. The report highlights efforts to improve antianginal therapy, addressing ongoing anginal symptoms. However, the persisting symptoms, compounded by COVID-19 restrictions, posed hurdles to Nawaz’s safe return.
Shehbaz Sharif’s Announcement and Reflections:
Shehbaz Sharif dispels doubts, confirms Nawaz’s return, and outlines plans to address a rally at Minar-i-Pakistan. He emphasizes presenting an economic roadmap to navigate the country through crises. Shehbaz discusses Nawaz’s achievements and challenges during his three tenures as prime minister, touching upon the critical decision to oust ex-PM Imran Khan through a vote of no confidence in April 2022.
In an interview with TV anchor Imran Riaz Khan, Shehbaz avoids addressing the party’s shifting stance on holding former army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa and ex-ISI chief Gen Faiz Hamid accountable. He acknowledges the limitations of the PDM coalition’s government, admitting they couldn’t succeed on every front.
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Shehbaz neither confirms nor denies Imran Khan’s Popularity:
In a lengthy Q&A session, Shehbaz neither assures nor denies Imran Khan’s popularity following a recent survey. He stresses the importance of upcoming polls in determining public sentiment. Shehbaz draws parallels between the PML-N and PTI, recalling survey results 2018. He highlights concerns of “massive rigging” leading to PTI’s rise to power.
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Redefining ‘Vote ko Izzat Do’ Slogan:
Shehbaz Sharif reinterprets the party’s slogan ‘vote ko izzat do,’ emphasizing it as a call for respecting the ballot without being anti-establishment. He questions the effectiveness of anti-establishment slogans in addressing public issues.