PML-N Senior Vice President Maryam Nawaz stated that attempts to bar her father and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif from politics had shamefully failed and expressed optimism that the judiciary will now respect justice following the swearing-in of the new chief judge.
“The minus-Nawaz formula has failed. The anti-Nawaz sentiment is in fact an anti-people sentiment. Only a destructive mindset fears the constructive approach of Nawaz Sharif,” Maryam said while addressing meetings of various wings of the PML-N in Islamabad.
Nawaz Sharif, the PML-N leader, chose to end his roughly four-year self-exile on October 21. Shehbaz Sharif, Nawaz’s younger brother, revealed this decision on September 12.
Nawaz, who was given a seven-year prison sentence in a corruption case in December 2018, received a very uncommon permission in October 2019 to receive treatment for a serious medical condition overseas.
The PML-N leader, who had taken an air ambulance to London on November 19, 2019, chose not to go back to Pakistan after his recovery. Despite the PML-N’s announcement of a lavish welcome for their leader, there are worries that he would be detained as soon as he enters the nation.
When asked about Nawaz’s prospective comeback to national politics, Maryam remarked that the PML-N’s top leader had overcome the obstacles that God had put in his way.
“Now it is time to make Pakistan a success story. Allah Almighty has repeatedly favored Nawaz Sharif; every attempt to discredit him has backfired,” she added.
According to the PML-N main organiser, Nawaz Sharif and his allies boldly confronted injustices and are the only ones who can deliver the nation from its problems.
“Allah Almighty has decreed Pakistan’s progress and the welfare of its people as part of Nawaz Sharif’s destiny. We had successfully eliminated load shedding and terrorism, and now, we are committed to fulfilling our promise of reducing inflation.
“Nawaz Sharif, through historic nuclear tests, had fortified Pakistan’s defense; today, he stands ready to strengthen Pakistan’s economic resilience,” she affirmed.