The date of Nawaz Sharif’s return to his country has arrived, book flight tickets for this date


The date of return of former Prime Minister of Pakistan and Nawaz Sharif, who is living in exile, to his country has been fixed. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif reportedly booked flight tickets from Britain to return to the country on October 21, ending four-year self-imposed exile, media reports said. Are. Nawaz Sharif, 73, recently said he was excited to return to Pakistan on October 21 to lead his party in elections likely to be held in January 2024. Samaa TV quoted a source as saying that Nawaz Sharif, who is currently in Britain, will land at Abu Dhabi International Airport on October 21. He is scheduled to fly from Abu Dhabi to Lahore on the same day.

Sources said he had already booked a business class ticket on Etihad Airways flight EY243. He further said that the Etihad Airways flight will land at Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport at 6:25 pm. Those accompanying Nawaz Sharif will reportedly be his staff member, personal advisor Dr Adnan and Senator Irfan Siddiqui. According to sources, several PML-N leaders and former MPs have also booked seats on the same flight from Abu Dhabi to Lahore. Sources said several PML-N members from different regions are expected to reach Abu Dhabi airport to welcome Nawaz Sharif.

Meanwhile, to organize an unforgettable welcome in Lahore, a PML-N leader has announced a unique incentive. An all-new Honda 125 motorcycle for those individuals who bring a large number of people to welcome their leader. A viral video circulating on social media shows a prominent PML-N worker, whose identity is unknown, making an encouraging announcement during a public meeting. Party worker announced with big pictures of Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz. This is a big announcement. I hope my team wins. All of you are being informed that whoever will bring more people to welcome Nawaz Sharif on 21st October. Earlier, former Finance Minister Ishaq Dar had claimed that the former Prime Minister will not have to go to jail upon returning to Pakistan, because the cases against him are fake.

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