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Nawaz Sharif will return, surrender as a free citizen: Rana Sanaullah

Rana Sanaullah terms SC's bench decision as controversy against NAB amendment case.



Nawaz Sharif will return, surrender as a free citizen: Rana Sanaullah
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Lahore: Former Interior Minister and prominent Muslim League (N) leader, Rana Sanaullah, has announced that Nawaz Sharif intends to return to Pakistan voluntarily and surrender himself to the law, asserting his status as a free citizen.

During a press conference held in Lahore, Rana Sanaullah expressed his concerns about the removal of an elected prime minister from office, citing a court decision and a purported conspiracy.

He highlighted the controversial nature of the circumstances leading to the prime minister's ousting, emphasizing that the decision stemmed from an issue related to his son's salary.

Rana Sanaullah noted that the common citizens of Pakistan have been grappling with significant challenges such as inflation and unemployment.

While the country has managed to avoid default, it remains ensnared in an ongoing economic crisis. Nawaz Sharif is regarded as a potential savior for the common man.

He reminisced about the era when petrol was priced at 65 rupees per liter.

Commenting on a recent Supreme Court decision related to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) amendment, Rana Sanaullah criticized the decision, referring to it as controversial.

He alleged that a contentious bench had delivered a controversial verdict, resulting in the restoration of a stringent form of the law.

While he congratulated, PTI, on this development, he advised his own party not to tamper with the law at this juncture.

Addressing Nawaz Sharif's anticipated return, Rana Sanaullah disclosed that the former prime minister plans to come back to Pakistan as a free citizen and submit a security bond, signifying his willingness to cooperate with the legal proceedings.