Published: Fri, August 11, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Nawaz Sharif Embarks on Rally to Lahore, Likely to Hold Roadshow

Nawaz Sharif Embarks on Rally to Lahore, Likely to Hold Roadshow

Authorities estimated that up to 8,500 people and 950 vehicles were part of Sharif's procession, reports said.

During the rally, PML-N leaders, including Talal Chaudhry, Khawaja Saad Rafique, Daniyal Aziz and others greeted their supporters and addressed to maintain the zeal. "The honorable judges sent me home".

Despite the security threat to Sharif's rally, "there is no change in the plans", Punjab government spokesman Malik Mohammad Ahmed said.

The march is taking place amid tight security, with large numbers of police officers and paramilitary soldiers deployed both in Islamabad and along the Grand Trunk Road, the main highway connecting the capital with Lahore.

Two youths, Hamid Ali and Baz Mohammad, who came from the northwestern town of Sawabi to show their solidarity, said they would even sacrifice their life for Sharif. Sharif has repeatedly said he never received any of that money.

Sharif has a history of rocky relations with the military, but since his removal he has exercised restraint in commenting on the sensitive issue of civil-military relations. He insisted he was a victim of a conspiracy, but he avoided a direct answer when asked who conspired against him.

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On Tuesday, Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) through the notice told the PML-N that Nawaz Sharif can not lead the party after disqualification under the Political Parties Order 2002.

Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif reacted to the Nawaz Sharif-led GT Road 'homecoming rally' staged by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N). "Why I was removed?"

The Prime Minister Office in a statement said Abbasi thanked the president and said that terrorism is a common threat for both the countries and both countries need to fight it together.

The top court sacked him last month after an investigation into corruption allegations against him and his family, briefly plunging the nuclear-armed nation into political uncertainty.

"God willing, I will remain active". Qadri has vowed to get justice for eight supporters killed during anti-government rallies in 2014.

The PML-N has planned a "million march" to protest against Sharif's disqualification in the Panama Papers case.

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