Speculations are rife that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif is returning to Pakistan.
Senior journalist Saleem Safi took to Twitter and hinted at Nawaz Sharif’s return from London. Safi tweeted, “Mian Nawaz Sharif is planning to return again to Pakistan in January. In response to the plan, he’ll go to jail on his return. Then he’ll enchantment the courts for aid and elimination of earlier sentences.”
“The switch of DG NAB Lahore is linked to this chain of occasions whereas Nawaz Sharif is glad with the script,” tweeted Safi.
Federal Minister for Info and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry, with out taking any names, took a jibe on the return of Nawaz.
The minister tweeted, “Those that await offers to return dwelling will at all times be dwarfs in politics.”
“The PML-N ought to prepare to shine the boots, however the one distinction is nobody is placing the foot ahead to get the boots polished,” tweeted Fawad.
Fawad additional stated, “You’re a reminder of the darkish age of Pakistan. The course of the winds is just not in your facet anymore. When there’s gentle, the darkness disappears and that is what occurred in Pakistan.”
Particular Assistant to Prime Minister Dr Shahbaz Gill tweeted, “Nawaz Sharif’s visa extension in the UK (UK) has been rejected – at the moment on enchantment however he is aware of visa might be rejected and he might be deported. That is being introduced as a political choice – cowards are by no means courageous.”
Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan throughout a gathering of the celebration spokespersons held in Islamabad on Friday questioned how a plan might be hatched to carry PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif again to the nation.
Speaking concerning the Opposition events, the premier stated there have been rumours of ending former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s sentence. “How can the sentence of a convicted particular person be overturned?”
The premier recalled that the courtroom had disqualified Nawaz within the Panama Leaks case, and so far, he was unable to supply a cash path for his belongings.