Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has returned to Pakistan after four years of self-imposed exile in the UK. He arrived in Islamabad from Dubai on a charter plane and will travel to Lahore Fort by helicopter to attend a public meeting for his political party, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), at Minar-e-Pakistan. Speaking at the Dubai airport, he expressed sadness over the current state of the country, recalling a time when Pakistan had stable currency, affordable electricity and food, and access to education and healthcare. He believes that his party is capable of solving the country’s problems. Security measures have been put in place for the public meeting, with PML-N responsible for maintaining security inside the premises and law enforcement personnel outside. Caravans from all over the country are heading to Lahore for the rally. Prior to his return, Nawaz secured bail until October 24 in the Avenfield and Al-Azizia cases from the Islamabad High Court. The court has also suspended his arrest warrant in the Toshakhana case, with the provision that it will be reinstated if he fails to appear in court on October 24.
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