Lahore: As general elections approach, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif is all set to launch his party’s election campaign on November 10.
Nawaz – who moved to London in November 2019 for medical treatment after Lahore High Court approval – returned to Pakistan on October 21 after four years of self-exile at a grand welcome hosted by the party at Lahore’s Minar-e-Pakistan .
“If we come to power, we will strengthen the judicial institutions,” the PML-N supremo said while chairing a personal meeting of her party for the first time in four years at her Jati Umra residence today, according to sources.
Sources said the three-time former prime minister will oversee the party’s parliamentary board for distribution of tickets and will also lead the party’s election campaign through his nationwide tours. geo news,
Separately, speaking to the media, PML-N general secretary Ashan Iqbal said, “Our wish is that Nawaz Sharif becomes the next prime minister of the country.”
“Nawaz Sharif was ousted from electoral politics through a well-planned conspiracy and false cases,” he said.
First, geo news It was told that the current political situation, general elections and other issues were to be discussed in the PML-N meeting of Jatiya Umrah.
In this meeting, the launch of the party’s manifesto before the upcoming general elections was also to be discussed.
It is relevant to note that the PML-N supremo has been accused by political opponents, particularly the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), of allegedly receiving “undue relief” in connection with various legal matters. Has faced criticism from.
Since the return of the former prime minister, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) has reinstated his petitions against the conviction verdicts of the accountability courts in the Avenfield and Al-Azizia cases.
In the above cases, the ousted Prime Minister was sentenced to a total of 18 years in prison.
Last week, the Punjab government had also suspended Nawaz’s sentence in the Al-Azizia case.