Pakistan’s former prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, has returned to his home country after spending four years in self-imposed exile in the United Kingdom. Sharif, who is 73 years old and leads the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), arrived in Islamabad on a chartered plane named ‘Umeed-e-Pakistan’ after flying in from Dubai. His return marks a significant development in Pakistani politics as he aims to lead his party and seek a record fourth term in the upcoming general elections, expected to be held in January.
Nawaz Sharif’s return to Pakistan comes after an extended period of absence and political challenges. As a former prime minister, he has played a prominent role in the country’s politics and is looking to make a comeback. His return is expected to have a major impact on the political landscape of Pakistan as the country prepares for the next general elections.
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