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Imran’s serious blows may force Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz to return early

Imran's serious blows may force Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz to return early

New Delhi, Jan 14 (SocialNews.XYZ) After having received serious political blows, one after the other, from Imran Khan in Punjab province during the last two consecutive days, the PML-N London is considering coming back to Pakistan before it is too late, the media reported.

For some in the party, it is already too late and now there is not much that can be done because of the irreparable political cost that the PML-N has to pay because of its early last year decision of removing the Imran Khan government and coming into power, The News reported.


For the bad luck of the N-League, Shehbaz Sharif-led PDM government is also not performing and the issues like worsening economic conditions and price hike are contributing to further unpopularity of the party.

"We had thought that through our good governance and economic turnaround, the PMLN would get its popularity back but that is happening mainly because of growing financial challenges and price hike," a senior PMLN leader said.

The party sources admit that ever since the removal of the Imran Khan government, the popularity of the PML-N is on decline whereas PTI is going up and up, The News reported.

The last two days, it is said, were shocking for the PML-N and its top leadership.

How Imran Khan and Pervaiz Elahi have politically outsmarted Nawaz and his party's calculations came as a bitter surprise for the Leaguers.

Nawaz and Maryam, both of whom are in London, were assured that neither Pervaiz Elahi has a majority to get a vote of confidence nor there is any chance of the provincial assembly's dissolution.

To their utter disappointment, Imran Khan succeeded on both counts.

While the PML-N top leadership in London was not over with the shock of a successful vote of confidence by Pervaiz Elahi, it got another shock the very next day when the latter signed the advice for the dissolution of the Punjab Assembly.

According to a report following the Wednesday night events, Nawaz had reportedly conveyed his anger to the party's Punjab leadership and had directed it to ensure the Punjab Assembly is not dissolved. It could not be prevented either.

Maryam Nawaz was already planning to come back mid-February but after the PML-N having been seriously jolted by Imran Khan's moves in Punjab, the London leadership is reconsidering their plan.

Now besides Maryam, there is also consideration about the timing of Nawaz Sharif's return. In case of election date for Punjab, it is said, both may hurriedly rush to Pakistan, The News reported.

Imran Khan's politics, supported by the failures of the PDM government in Islamabad, it is admitted, has considerably shrunk the political space for the PML-N in Punjab, which has been the party's stronghold for the last few decades.

"Expecting from Shehbaz Sharif government and the PML-N's second tier leadership to create space for the top London leadership to come and make the party popular like before is a faulty policy," a PML-N leader said.

He added that the leadership does not wait for the space to be created by others but it through its own charisma and political moves wins the hearts and minds of the people. For this, it is said, the London leadership has to come to Pakistan.

The PML-N source said that now there is no hurdle in the return of Nawaz Sharif, The News reported.

Source: IANS

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