Maryam Nawaz, senior vice president of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), will return to Pakistan this today at 3:00 pm. The group as a whole feels encouraged by Maryam’s reappearance.
In addition to reorganization, Maryam is anticipated to further the PML-recently accepted narrative since she was recently named the party’s chief organizer.
Maryam Nawaz’s flight is scheduled to arrive in Lahore at around 3:00 pm, according to the PML-N. She had taken a short trip to Dubai before starting from London on Friday. She would ride in a rally from the airport in Lahore to her home in Jati Umrah.
It was discovered that the Pakistani prime minister, Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif, also presided over a meeting with current and former lawmakers from Lahore via video link from Islamabad, telling them to greet her warmly. In addition, Maryam’s return would give the party official permission to launch its campaign.
Before she arrived, the party was already experimenting with a new narrative that accused two former Chief Justices, Sadiq Nisar and Asif Saeed Khosa, and former DG ISI Faiz Hameed, of aiding and abetting the PTI and victimizing the PML-N. This story, however, hasn’t taken off because many top party leaders were engaged with political issues.
In addition, the party was anticipated to emphasize Nawaz Sharif’s tenure as prime minister and the accomplishments the nation gained during that time. The PML-N has not yet released a timetable of its political activities.
After receiving her passport from the court, which had been turned over for three years, Maryam Nawaz departed for London on October 6 to be with her father, Nawaz Sharif, and to have surgery.
According to party leaders, Maryam Nawaz was initially expected to return in a month. On January 3, Maryam Nawaz was appointed Senior Vice President and granted the power to oversee all party organizing efforts.
Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Sharif traveled to Geneva from London on Jan 4 to 6 saw her throat operation. Nawaz Sharif was anticipated to regain control of the party with her entry.