London (November 02, 2017): Spokesman PML-N Asif Kirmani has said that former prime minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif will leave for Pakistan today.
He said that Nawaz will reach Pakistan tomorrow morning via flight PK-786 of a private airline. He will appear before the accountability court on the same day.
He said that Nawaz Sharif has stopped PML-N workers not to come at Airport.
On the other hand, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s wife Kulsoom Nawaz has been brought to a hospital in London for her second chemotherapy session.
Former PM Nawaz Sharif, her sons Hasan and Hussain are also accompanied her at the hospital.
Kulsoom Nawaz is being treated for lymphoma (a cancer of lymph nodes) which she was diagnosed in August when she suddenly left for London for a checkup.
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Her first session of chemotherapy was carried out in the second week of October.
Nawaz Sharif is presently in London to spend time with his wife. He had left for Jeddah from where he was to come to Pakistan. But, due to his wife’s chemotherapy, he flew back to London.The Former PM is coming back home tomorrow to face the court.
Yesterday talking to media, Nawaz Sharif has said that it is the nation’s right to decide minus or plus-Nawaz formula for PML N.He remarked that individuals can not take decisions for PML-N, only nation can take decisions related to minus and plus formulas for the party.
He added, “individuals cannot take such decisions on their own.”
On Monday, the party senior leaders in a high-level huddle reiterated their support for Nawaz and said a minus Nawaz formula is not acceptable.
It was reportedly said during the meeting that Nawaz’s disqualification on the basis of Iqama [foreign work permit] had rallied supporters around him as the party feels he was not given a fair trial in the Panama Papers case.
The participants of the meeting also said that there is no space in the political landscape of the country for any unconstitutional step and there is no support from any quarter for such measures.