Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Nawaz Sharif is making preparations to return to Pakistan around mid-September, reported by a local private TV channel.
According to channel’s sources within the Sharif family disclosed that Nawaz’s departure from London is scheduled “after a month,” indicating his return in the middle of September.
Legal advisors and political associates of the Sharif family had recommended Nawaz’s prompt return to Pakistan following his recent visit to Europe and the Middle East, which lasted for two months and concluded last week when he arrived in London.
However, differing opinions within the PML-N have led to the decision for Nawaz to return in mid-September. The source, who has been engaged in the negotiation and coordination process, asserted that Nawaz Sharif’s resolution to conclude his nearly four-year exile and return to Pakistan is definitive, with all arrangements in place.
Regular communication between former Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, PML-N Senior Vice President Maryam Nawaz, and Nawaz Sharif has addressed the various intricacies related to his Pakistan homecoming.
The source revealed that Shehbaz Sharif, who has relinquished his role as Pakistan’s premier, is set to visit London within the coming week to confer with Nawaz.
Over the course of the next three weeks, prominent PML-N figures such as Rana Sanaullah, Khawaja Asif, Javed Latif, Saad Rafique, Parvez Rasheed, Irfan Siddiqui, and others are scheduled to visit London for discussions and strategic planning concerning Nawaz Sharif’s return.
Amidst these preparations, the PML-N envisions a grand welcome for Nawaz Sharif upon his return to Lahore. The party aims to mobilize tens of thousands of people to celebrate his arrival.
Addressing recent legal developments, the source clarified that the recent verdict of the apex court on the Supreme Court (Review of Judgements and Orders) Act 2023 holds no influence on Nawaz Sharif’s legal cases.
Overall, Nawaz Sharif’s impending return marks a significant moment for both his party and Pakistan’s political landscape.
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