Former Prime Minister and President of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Shahbaz Sharif, has made headlines with his sudden plan to return to London after a day in Lahore. Joining him on this trip is Maryam Nawaz, the key leader of the PML-N. Shahbaz Sharif’s visit to London is expected to carry a significant message for the party, including its leader, Nawaz Sharif.
On Friday, a crucial meeting of the party is anticipated to take place in London, where discussions will likely revolve around Nawaz Sharif’s return to Pakistan and other important matters, including decisions related to upcoming elections.
Shahbaz Sharif’s unexpected return to London follows his one-month stay in Pakistan. Now, on Thursday morning, he is set to depart for London once again. It is likely that during his visit, a crucial meeting between Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif, and Maryam Nawaz will take place. The meeting is expected to center around Nawaz Sharif’s return to Pakistan on October 21st and other significant consultations.
While there has been much speculation surrounding the exact schedule of Nawaz Sharif’s return, the program is said to be finalized for October 21st. Besides his return, important decisions related to the upcoming elections are expected to be on the agenda.
On the other hand, the PML-N’s senior vice president and chief organizer, Maryam Nawaz Sharif, has stated that those who conspired against Nawaz Sharif are no longer acceptable to the public. She expressed her confidence that Nawaz Sharif’s voice has reached every corner of the country within 100 days.
Maryam Nawaz addressed these thoughts during a meeting with PML-N workers in Model Town, Lahore. She highlighted the challenges her family had faced during the Musharraf era, emphasizing the sacrifices made by her father, Nawaz Sharif, in the face of adversity. She also stated that she had spent around five months in detention and was now standing before the party’s workers and supporters.
Maryam Nawaz did not name any specific individuals or schemes but underscored that nearly 200 projects in Pakistan owe their existence to Nawaz Sharif’s initiatives.
These recent developments underscore the significance of the upcoming meeting in London and the potential implications for Pakistan’s political landscape. Nawaz Sharif’s return and the decisions made during this period will likely have