After more than four years of self-imposed exile, Nawaz Sharif, the leader of the PML-N party, is set to return to Pakistan next month. While a specific date has not been disclosed, Sharif confirmed his return in October during a meeting with party workers. The PML-N workers at the meeting were eager to make preparations for his comeback and were discussing the logistical details. This news comes after much debate and speculation about Sharif’s return, with PML-N leaders emphasizing the importance of his engagement with his vote bank and supporters during the ongoing economic crisis. Meanwhile, Sharif’s brother, Shehbaz Sharif, is also expected to return this month following his recent medical check-ups in London. According to an oncologist at Wellington Hospital, Shehbaz has been declared cancer-free after being diagnosed with adenocarcinoma in 2000. This development marks a significant event in Pakistan’s political landscape, as Nawaz Sharif prepares for his much-anticipated return to the country.
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