PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif hoping for relief from courts

PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif hoping for relief from courts

Pakistan Muslim League (N) leader Barrister Zafarullah Khan has stated that Nawaz Sharif will request for a protective bail before returning to Pakistan, and it's up to the courts whether to grant bail or send him to jail. During a conversation on Geo News program 'Capital Talk,' Barrister Zafarullah Khan mentioned that Maryam Nawaz was sent to jail following the instructions of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman.

However, they do not wish for Chairman PTI to face a similar situation in jail. Leaders of the Muslim League (N) emphasized that the cases against Nawaz Sharif are still under trial, and Nawaz Sharif is yet to return. They hope that the Leader of the Opposition will be granted protective bail.

They also stated that until Nawaz Sharif's return, Shehbaz Sharif's comings and goings will continue until October 21, which is a normal practice. They expressed confidence that Nawaz Sharif will return. Barrister Zafarullah Khan further commented on the Panama case, stating that Nawaz Sharif faced 66 appearances in court, and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi did not request relief from NAB references.

He suggested that NAB and Pakistan cannot coexist, and NAB law is fundamentally flawed and should be abolished. He mentioned that the President of the country did not set an election date; he accepted the Election Commission's date. They formed their own election committee, which included Arif Alvi, Shireen Mazari, and Shafqat Mahmood. Arif Alvi was made the chairman of the committee, and they said to Ishaq Dar that Alvi is a sensible person, and whatever the committee decides will be accepted.

All the experts invited by the committee, including those from the European Union, said that the EVM system is failing worldwide. After the committee's review, the issue of EVMs was resolved, and now elections are taking place. Party matters are under discussion, alliances are being formed, and the party's manifesto is being finalized; these matters require daily consultations.