LONDON: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif , while addressing the media after a high-level PML-N huddle, said he did not get a fair trial in the Panama Papers case.
"If this was a fair trial, then I would not have been disqualified on an Iqama instead of Panama [papers]."
Nawaz further remarked that "none of this was fair". The former premier also added that he understands what is going on currently.
He also said there was no 'minus-Nawaz' formula in play and rubbished rumours of rifts within the party, adding that there was no divide in the PML-N.
Answering a question regarding his return to Pakistan, the former prime minister said he would return to Pakistan on November 2 to appear before the accountability court.
The statement by the former premier came following a high-level PML-N meeting, in which the party's leadership reaffirmed its support for Nawaz and said a minus Nawaz formula is not acceptable.