Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has arrived at the Minar-e-Pakistan venue and addresses a massive party rally. He Emphasised ‘no wish to take revenge’ and ‘serve the people of Pakistan’. The three-time former premier was flown to Greater Iqbal Park via helicopter from the Lahore airport. Upon his arrival at Lahore airport, Nawaz Sharif received a warm welcome from PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif and Hamza Shehbaz. Energized party workers and supporters enthusiastically waved party flags and banners while singing the newly-released party anthem as Nawaz Sharif’s chopper descended at the Shahi Fort.
Before proceeding to the rally location, Nawaz Sharif expressed his gratitude by offering prayers at Badshahi Mosque. Later, Nawaz Sharif was convoyed to the rally site. Nawaz Sharif’s return home has prompted aerial floral displays and a caravan of PML-N supporters and workers coming to Lahore from all corners of the country to extend a historic welcome to their beloved politician.
Emotions ran high as Maryam Nawaz, standing at the stage, witnessed her father’s helicopter hovering over the Shahi Fort, bringing tears to her eyes. The rally venue echoed with the cheers of PML-N enthusiasts as the party leader made his way to the stage, with slogans like “Nawaz Sharif prime minister again” resounding. Nawaz Sharif responded by waving to the jubilant crowds of PML-N workers and supporters. On the stage, Nawaz Sharif embraced Maryam Nawaz, Shehbaz Sharif, and Hamza Shehbaz, raising their arms in appreciation of their efforts in organizing a grand reception upon his arrival and effectively managing party affairs in his absence.
Prominent PML-N leaders, including Javed Latif, Ayaz Sadiq, Saad Rafique, Rana Sanaullah, and Abid Sher Ali, also lined up to greet the former premier on his return. Nawaz Sharif addresses a massive rally at the Minar-e-Pakistan venue in Greater Iqbal Park. PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif remarked that the PML-N’s Minar-e-Pakistan rally is a historic one.
Earlier, PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif arrived in Islamabad after spending four years in exile. His party is confident that he will secure a fourth term as Prime Minister of Pakistan in his political career.