Party leader Nawaz is urged by Shehbaz Sharif to return to Pakistan and become prime minister for a fourth time.

On Friday, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif encouraged the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Nawaz Sharif, to return to Pakistan to oversee the party’s election campaign and take the position of prime minister for a fourth time.

During his speech to the PML-N’s central general council meeting, Sharif stated that he was looking forward to seeing his older brother again in Pakistan so he could restore the PML-N’s presidency to him.

Speaking at the party’s central general council meeting after being re-elected as president of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz for a four-year term, he claimed that Nawaz Sharif was the architect of modern Pakistan and that during his time as prime minister, he had eradicated energy shortages, established the country’s road system, built infrastructure, and developed agriculture, industry, and other crucial economic sectors. He declared that after his return to Pakistan, he will transfer the party’s presidency to Nawaz Sharif. He expressed his gratitude to the General Council for choosing him as the next party president as well as his colleagues for the top party positions.

Nawaz Sharif has been living in self-imposed exile in London since November 2019 due to health concerns, it is important to note.
After Nawaz, the three-time prime minister, was found to be ineligible and prohibited from holding any party office by the Supreme Court.

The meeting was held because the election commission’s sword was dangling, the prime minister continued.He also praised Maryam for her diligence while stating that the PML-N required young leadership.

When Nawaz Sharif comes to Pakistan, you’ll notice that the political landscape has changed, according to PM Shehbaz.

The court rulings in cases covered by Article 184 may now be appealed under this new statute. Nawaz Sharif was dismissed by the Pakistan Supreme Court in the Panama Papers case on July 28, 2017.

Due to his concealment of unpaid wages from his son in the Panama case, the supreme court permanently barred him from holding any public office. A year later, the court declared that a person who has been disqualified under Articles 62 and 63 cannot lead a political party in its announcement of the decision on petitions challenging the Elections Act of 2017

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