PML-N leader Talal Chaudhry stated on Wednesday that party leader Quaid Nawaz Sharif is expected to return to Pakistan before the elections.
In his statement, Talal Chaudhry claimed that the cases filed against Nawaz Sharif were politically motivated and that some individuals were installed as rulers through the use of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).
He stated that the life of Nawaz Sharif is the most important thing for the PML-N leaders and that he intends to return to Pakistan before the elections. He asserted that Sharif will be in charge of the election campaign in Pakistan when the country goes to the elections in the future.
Chaudhry went on to say that new elections would be impossible to hold within the next five to six months. The new government, he asserted, was created in accordance with constitutional procedures.
Despite acknowledging that the delay in holding new elections will raise the burden on the political party, he went on to say that decisions would be made collectively under a coalition administration.
The coalition partners would be consulted before any decisions on new elections are made, according to the politician who spoke on the subject.
He stated that the federal government will make appointments on the basis of merit and that if a person’s name is placed on the stop list in an illegal manner, an investigation will be conducted. He went on to say that no retaliatory steps will be taken against political competitors, but that any wrongdoing on the part of the previous government would be held accountable.
Nawaz Sharif, the former prime minister of Pakistan, had requested a diplomatic passport on Tuesday, which Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif had asked the interior ministry to give.
Shehbaz Sharif received a briefing from the diplomatic officials shortly after taking over as Prime Minister of Pakistan. The meeting concerned the issuing of a passport to the PML-N leader. Former Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif and former finance minister Ishaq Dar were issued diplomatic passports by Pakistan’s mission in London, according to instructions.
As a result, only Nawaz Sharif can be issued a diplomatic passport, and not Ishaq Dar, who was given a conventional Pakistani passport by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif as a result of the diplomatic staff’s recommendation.