Former Prime Minister Of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif Returns To Pakistan After 4 Years
Nawaz Sharif: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan and Muslim League-N leader Nawaz Sharif returned to Pakistan on Saturday afternoon after spending four years in self-exile. According to Dawn.com report, the PML-N supremo’s legal team, including former law minister Azam Tarar, welcomed him at the Islamabad International Airport.
According to BBC report, former Information Minister Maryam Aurangzeb has said that Nawaz Sharif will go directly to Lahore from the airport and address a meeting there. According to Geo News report, Nawaz Sharif got off the plane smiling and reached the airport lounge first, during which former Finance Minister Ishaq Dar was with him.
Nawaz expressed concern over the situation in Pakistan
Earlier, while talking to journalists at Dubai airport, Nawaz Sharif expressed concern over the current situation in Pakistan. He said that the situation in the country has deteriorated much more than in 2017.
Shahbaz Sharif said on Nawaz’s return to Pakistan
On the other hand, on his brother’s return to his country, former Prime Minister of Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif wrote on his social media platform He is coming back to spread not hatred but love among his people. He is coming back to help you become a better citizen, no matter any party or group. “No. He is coming back to bring Pakistan back on track.”
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