Ousted Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif's wife in bid to win his seat

Patrice Gainsbourg
Agosto 11, 2017

Chairman Board of Investment (BoI), Miftah Ismail Thursday expressed the hope that Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) would win the next general election to be held in 2018 with full support of the people.

Nawaz Sharif, who was disqualified by a five-member bench of the supreme court for concealing his employment with Capital FZE, a firm owned by his younger son Hassan Nawaz, decried the involvement of hidden hands behind his ouster.

Meanwhile, Chairman of Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari condemned the incident, saying it was regrettable that vehicles in the former prime minister's convoy had hit and killed the boy.

After spending the night at a hotel on the banks of the Jhelum river, Sharif made his way into central Punjab, the political heartland of the PML-N, where he again received a mixed reception at different places.

He added that he was working towards bringing peace and prosperity to the country.

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On Friday, he told his audience: "Every prime minister in this country was given a tenure of one-and-a-half years, on average, to govern".

Nawaz Sharif being welcome by the local PML-N leadership in Gujrat.

"On the other hand, dictators were allowed to rule for decades and the judges even allowed them to rule". Did you not vote for me as your prime minister?"I have come out onto the streets with a case against your disqualification", he had told them".

He further clarified that speed of Nawaz Sharif's convoy was very slow, thus, occurrence of such incident was not possible.

Earlier, the former prime minister's caravan entered Rawalpindi surrounded by scores of supporters.

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