Rana Sanaullah, president of the Punjab branch of the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N), has said that the PTI government is panicking ahead of the arrival of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Sanaullah responded to Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed’s statement on Sunday by saying that the administration was afraid of the news of Nawaz Sharif’s homecoming.
He claimed that the PTI’s days in power were limited and that it would have to leave at all costs since it had completely failed to deliver on its promises to the people.
Those who brought the PTI to power, according to the PML-N leader, were repentant and wanted to get rid of it.
He went on to say that the prime minister, ministers, and government spokespersons’ speeches and news conferences centered around Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif, and the Sharif family, demonstrating the government’s dread and worry.
Rana Sanaullah stated that Imran Khan had thrown out his party’s constitution in a fit of rage and that the PTI had ceased to be a political party under the law.
He insisted that the entire nation was eagerly anticipating the return of their beloved leader, Mian Nawaz Sharif and that they would warmly welcome him.
He claimed that nothing could be proven against the Sharif brothers and their family members and that all they had were allegations.
Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad, the Interior Minister, stated on Sunday in Karachi that he was ready to provide a visa and a ticket to PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif for his return to the nation.
The minister told a press conference at a local hotel that Nawaz Sharif had not seen a doctor and that he was healthy, adding that the PML-N supremo had only issued remarks against the institutions, which would make no impact, and that Prime Minister Imran Khan would not resign.
Rasheed said that Shahbaz Sharif was the subject of the world’s most serious corruption prosecutions and that Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari were the country’s most corrupt officials.
He said that the PTI did not receive fewer votes in the local elections.
‘I will be in Sindh for seven days and will listen to the people’s grievances,’ he said. He went on to say that he had planned to spend a day in each organization to settle people’s problems.
In response to a query on inflation, he stated that past governments had sown the seeds for it.
In response to another query about MQM’s former leader, he stated that conversations with him were not possible.
Later, he thanked the PTI-led federal government for the start of Karachi’s Green Line bus service.