Nawaz Sharif, who was released from jail after a court suspended his sentence in a corruption case, will “expose” the Imran Khan government and launch a drive against rigging in the General election, the ousted Pakistan Prime Minister’s party Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) said on Thursday.
Party spokesperson and former Information Minister Marriyum Auranzeb said Mr. Sharif will finalise his strategy after September 21.
She said Mr. Sharif will hold consultative meetings with PML-N leaders from Saturday to discuss the party’s strategy for launching a drive against alleged vote rigging. “Sharif and PML-N strongly believe that the July 25, 2018 elections were rigged to stop the PML-N from returning to power,” she said.
The PML-N will raise its voice both in and outside Parliament to force the government for independent investigation, Ms. Auranzeb said. “Mian Sahib’s [Mr. Sharif’s] release from jail has charged the workers and leaders.”
Mr. Sharif spent Thursday with his