Former PM Nawaz Sharif starts defiant rally to hometown

Former PM Nawaz Sharif starts defiant rally to hometown

Former PM Nawaz Sharif starts defiant rally to hometown

Pakistan's former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said the Supreme Court's decision to depose him last month was a "joke" and an insult to voters as he addressed a rally in Rawalpindi late Wednesday.

Pakistan's ruling party may field ousted premier Nawaz Sharif's wife Kulsoom or his daughter Maryam from the seat that fell vacant after he was disqualified from holding office, a senior party leader said yesterday.

Addressing Nawaz Kaira said that he was sent home by a bench of the apex court that comprised five judges.

The ousted prime minister said that while he respects the court's decision, he would be challenging it in a review petition to be filed shortly.

The court announced its verdict in connection with the Panama Papers case. "How many metros has Mrs Nawaz Sharif built?"

Other sources also informed that several PML-N party leaders advised Nawaz Sharif that it is was rather hard to gather a large number of participants in Jhelum, and suggested to display the show of power in Gujranwala and ultimately in Lahore.

Qamar Zaman Kaira of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) said that there could be around 10,000 people with Sharif.

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The roadshow via the iconic Grand Trunk Road, which links a large part of South Asia from Bangladesh to afghanistan, comes despite security threats, drawing thousands of supporters on its way to the provincial capital of Punjab. Sharif was accompanied by hundreds of his supporters.

The ECP asked the PML-N to elect a new party leader and then inform the body.

"I was not allowed to complete my third term", he said from a bomb-proof vehicle specially designed for the journey.

Several other smaller rallies joined Sharif's on the way.

Pakistan's next parliamentary election is due in mid-2018, and Hussain said he would be voting for the opposition Pakistan People's Party (PPP).

The PML-N is banking on its workers for making Sharif's return to his hometown a "historic" occasion to get the much-needed political mileage in the face of the challenges its government is facing.

"These politicians are not doing any good for the people".

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