A resounding chorus from the crowd answered in the negative. My appeal is in your court. "Nawaz Sharif has made a smart move". The incident enraged the local resident who later raised slogans against Nawaz Sharif. Did I commit any kind of corruption?
"Millions voted for Nawaz Sharif and a few dishonorably ousted Nawaz Sharif". "Can you accept this joke that you elect someone, then he is disgraced and ousted", he said.
He stated that all efforts were spent to end loadshedding from the country. The motorcade was reportedly heading towards Lahore.
PML-N leader Khawaja Saad Rafique expressed grief on the child's death by the motorcade and said party's leaders will arrive at his house to condole on the loss. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz party members Asif Kirmani and Captain Safdar filed the nomination papers of Kulsoom, who is in her late 60s, for the upcoming by-poll for the NA-120 seat at the Election Commission of Pakistan's (ECP) Lahore office, Dawn News reported. Later, he rested at a scenic hotel on the banks of the River Jhelum.
Veteran journalist Hamid Mir while challenging former premier, said on Thursday that if Nawaz Sharif was so courageous as claimed by himself then he should reveal the conspirator that ousted him from PM House.
"I became the prime minister of Pakistan through votes, whereas five honourable judges sent me home. This needs to change if Pakistan is to progress", said Nawaz.More news: HTC U11 gets Bluetooth 5.0 Firmware Update
On Friday, he told his audience: "Every prime minister in this country was given a tenure of one-and-a-half years, on average, to govern".
"Is any court to punish dictators, dictators who have violated the Constitution", questioned the former premier.
Nawaz is leading a rally to Lahore as part of a campaign against his ouster by the top court in the Panama Papers case.
Nawaz's cavalcade en route to Dina from Rawalpindi on Thursday.
He asked, 'Tell me why was I disqualified and what corruption practises was I involved in?'
Earlier, the former prime minister's caravan entered Rawalpindi surrounded by scores of supporters. "I leave this for history to determine", noted the three-time premier.