Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has returned to Pakistan after four years in self-exile. His return has been eagerly awaited by his political party, the PML-N, who see him as their answer to declining popularity. However, not everyone is excited about his return. Some people on social media have expressed skepticism about the size and enthusiasm of the reception at Minar-i-Pakistan. Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman and other politicians warmly welcomed Nawaz back to the country, but there are those who question the authenticity of the support. Journalists and lawyers have pointed out the irony and cyclic nature of Pakistani politics, where leaders can rise and fall in popularity. Despite PML-N’s damaged reputation and poor handling of the economy, some analysts believe that the party is likely to form the next government. Time will tell if Nawaz’s return will be successful in revitalizing the PML-N’s popularity.
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