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PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif Is Again Back To Pakistan

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LAHORE– Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz President Shehbaz Sharif returned Pakistan early Sunday after spending seven weeks in London, closing once again mouths of his critiques who claimed Mr Sharif might not return because of NAB cases. 

Shehbaz, who is also Opposition Leader in the National Assembly, spent seven weeks in London for medical treatment and finally was cleared to travel by his doctors.

The PML-N leader landed at the Allama Iqbal International Airport on board PIA flight PK-758 where he was greeted by a large number of party leaders and workers who were there to welcome him.

A day earlier, while leaving for Pakistan from London, Shehbaz vowed to take legal action against the ones spreading baseless news regarding his return to the country.

Speaking to reporters at Heathrow airport, the PML-N president said the government had chosen the path of “cruelty and injustice”, adding that all decisions pertaining to a future strategy would be made through consultation with opposition parties.

“Baseless news were spread about my return to country. I will take legal action against the ones spreading false news,” he said.

Shehbaz said consultation would be held with opposition parties during a session of the National Assembly on Monday. He added he was ready to face every action taken against him by the government.

Speaking about Nawaz Sharif, the PML-N leader said his brother had a medical history and undergone operations as well. He accused the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf of adopting a cold attitude towards his brother, who has thrice been the prime minister of Pakistan.

Shehbaz was arrested in the Ashiana Housing case on October 5, 2018, and released on bail in February by the Lahore High Court. Sharif’s name was also removed from the exit control list.

Former Punjab Chief Minister departed for London in April this year to visit his grandchildren and undergo a medical check-up.

He was advised by doctors not to travel.

SOURCE: GEO NEWS