Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Set to Return to Pakistan Amidst High Security Arrangements.

Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, a prominent figure in Pakistan’s political landscape, has embarked on a journey back to his homeland from Dubai. The charismatic leader, accompanied by several leaders of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), has taken a chartered flight from the Dubai International Airport to Pakistan on a special plane.

Upon the anticipated arrival of Nawaz Sharif’s car at Terminal-2 of Dubai Airport, stringent security measures were enacted, temporarily evacuating the business lounge to ensure a secure environment. Journalists were allowed access to the area following the former prime minister’s arrival, capturing key moments as he prepared to return to Pakistan.

Nawaz Sharif, in a brief interaction with the media, expressed his optimism about the forthcoming elections. He acknowledged the significance of the Election Commission in determining the election timeline and demonstrated confidence in their impartiality. The former premier affirmed his party’s readiness for the elections, recognizing that delimitation processes are underway, and the commission will make decisions accordingly.

Sharif expressed his contentment with returning to Pakistan after four years and lamented the country’s economic and social conditions upon his departure in 2019. He conveyed his hope for a brighter future for Pakistan, emphasizing the collective responsibility of its citizens in rebuilding the nation.

As he prepares to re-enter the political arena, Nawaz Sharif expressed gratitude to the people and party workers who supported him during his time in exile. He underlined his mission to contribute to Pakistan’s economic growth and urged unity and cooperation among the nation’s inhabitants.

The former prime minister hinted at a significant plan to be unveiled at Minar-e-Pakistan and underscored his commitment to accountability and the pursuit of the greater good rather than revenge.

Meanwhile, PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif, in a telephone conversation with Nawaz Sharif, updated him on the security arrangements for his return and preparations for the anticipated homecoming. Nawaz Sharif also discussed important meetings held in Saudi Arabia and Dubai.

The homecoming is marked by heightened enthusiasm within the PML-N, with supporters from various regions of Pakistan converging on the Greater Iqbal Park for a grand gathering. Stringent security measures have been put in place, with thousands of officials and officers, including 10 SPs, 35 DSPs, and SHOs, deputed for the security of rally participants. Live monitoring through temporary CCTV cameras will enhance security.

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has granted permission for Nawaz Sharif’s chartered plane to land at Islamabad International Airport and Allama Iqbal International Airport Lahore. The special flight, FZ 4525, departed from Dubai and is scheduled to land in Islamabad and Lahore, with a seating capacity of 150 people.

Maryam Aurangzeb, the central spokesperson of the PML-N, anticipates a historic day for Pakistan on October 21st as Nawaz Sharif is welcomed by a massive gathering at Minar-e-Pakistan, emphasizing the nationwide support for the event.