Published On: Thu, Jul 12th, 2018

Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz Plans to Surrender and Return to Pakistan Amid a Crowd of Supporters

The convicted former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz have decided to surrender to law in Avenfield Corruption Case and are planning to return to Pakistan amidst a crowd of supporters however, the federal government is unlikely to allow it.


A few days ago, after the announcement of Avenfield corruption case verdict, which was decided against the Sharif clan, the political circle of Pakistan was abuzz with speculations and conjectures regarding the next step of Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz.

Analysts were divided on what the ex-primer will choose, fight or flight. If he decided to flee from the law and not return to his homeland, it is the end of his political career but if he chooses to come back to Pakistan, he will be arrested immediately.

However, contrary to popular opinion, Nawaz Sharif along with his daughter announced their return to Pakistan, which is scheduled for July 13th.

According to PML – N sources, they are trying to gather a huge crowd in front of the airport so that Nawaz Sharif can talk to his supporters one last time, which can benefit PML – N as they can gain public sympathy and increase voters for the upcoming elections.

But the caretaker government is highly unlikely to approve such as an action. For one, because it will certainly create a law and order situation and supporters can turn aggressive, preventing the arrest of Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz.

The big question here is how the authorities are planning to cope with the situation. According to some sources, NAB has put together a team of officials who will arrest Nawaz and Maryam from the airplane and transfer him to jail via helicopter without ever letting him set foot outside the airport.

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