LONDON - Talking to media after his arrival at Heathrow Airport from Saudi Arabia, Nawaz Sharif said what talk of stability and progress if the elected prime minister of the country is ousted on Iqama, and not Panama, adding that his ouster caused instability in the country which brought the stock exchange 10,000-12,000 points down.
Talking to media, former prime minister said that he would soon return to Pakistan. While, lauding the PCB's efforts, Nawaz welcomed International cricket revival in Pakistan.
He strongly condemned the attack on 'THE NEWS' journalist Ahmed Noorani, and urged the probe into the incident.
While sharing his government's development works made under his premiership, he said that PML-N government brought stability to the country; loadshedding has almost ended. Earlier, people used to face power outages up to 18-hour a day. We overcame huge problems like loadshedding and terrorism, he added.
Nawaz, who was in Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah and spend time with his mother, said that CPEC is progressing as planned. Law & order was improved in Karachi and other parts of the country during his government, he added.
Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif have also arrived in London to meet former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to discuss various critical issues. Whereas, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif and some other cabinet members are also likely to leave for London any time soon to attend the high level consultative meeting of PML-N.
Meanwhile, the prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said there was no rift among national institutions and he neither believed in conspiracy theories nor there was any room for those in the country.