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PML-N to hold rally at Minar-e-Pakistan to welcome Nawaz Sharif

Party to hold protests if the former PM is sent to jail

by NWMNewsDesk
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The PML-N has decided to hold a rally at Minar-e-Pakistan to welcome Nawaz Sharif on his return to the country on October 21. Sharif will address the gathering after securing a protective bail from the courts.

In case the former prime minister is arrested, the PML-N will hold a protest at the same venue where party leaders and workers from across the country will gather on the day of his arrival in the country.

The former prime minister has directed that only senior leadership be present at the Lahore airport to receive him. After landing at Lahore Airport, he will fly to Minar-e- Pakistan by helicopter.

Sharif will apply for protective bail from the court and will address the party gathering after securing relief from the court.


He will then visit the Data Darbar after addressing the gathering. Sharif’s brother and former prime minister Shehbaz Sharif arrived in Pakistan on Tuesday after spending a month abroad.

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