nawaz sharif returns with confidence in pml n to steer pakistan out of crisis
Nawaz Sharif, the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and a former prime minister, has announced his return to Pakistan after spending four years in London. He expressed his confidence that his party is capable of steering the country out of its current crisis.
Nawaz Sharif considers his return a “vindication” and believes that he has been proven right with the help of Almighty Allah. He aims to make a political comeback and participate in the upcoming general elections expected to take place in January next year.
When asked about the general elections, Nawaz Sharif supported the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and stated that the ECP’s decision would be his preference. He also shows confidence in fair of the Election Commission.
The PML-N leader, who is also called as “Lion of Punjab. He believes that his party has the competence to control the country’s problems and solve the worries of the people.
While discussing his previous terms as prime minister, Nawaz Sharif lamented that the current situation in Pakistan is far from ideal and is a cause for concern.
Nawaz Sharif has spent time in Riyadh and Dubai before returning to Pakistan, and he is set to arrive in Islamabad before heading to Lahore for a welcome home rally. supporters of PML-N eagerly waiting for his return. there is a hope that his political influence will boost the party’s popularity.
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It’s worth noting that Nawaz Sharif faces a conviction for corruption and an unfinished prison sentence, but he secured legal relief from the Islamabad High Court and an accountability court. He ensured his return without immediate arrest and save landing.
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Nawaz Sharif has served as prime minister three times in the past. His return to Pakistan marks a Huge moment in the country’s political view.