PM Shehbaz meets PML-N supremo Nawaz in London – World

Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif met his older brother and PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif in London on Wednesday.

Details of the meeting’s agenda were not disclosed.

The prime minister is in London with senior PML-N leadership amid heightened tensions on the political front. The Prime Minister’s delegation consisted of 10 members, including Defense Minister Kawaza Asif, Information Minister Marijum Aurangzeb, Planning Minister Asan Iqbal, Electricity Minister Kuram Dastagir, Finance Minister Mifta Ismail, and Railway Minister Kawaja Saad Rafiq.

The intelligence minister announced the visit yesterday and added that PML-N leaders had made a personal visit to meet with party leaders.

Aurangzeb said the delegation would consult with Nawaz to underestimate the importance of a visit to London while the country is suffering from a constitutional and economic crisis. This is not unusual among political parties.

The trip was heavily criticized by PTI Chairman Imran Khan at a public meeting on Tuesday that the entire cabinet would meet someone “corrupted and convicted” with taxpayers’ money.

the source said Serb Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif departed for London on British Airways shortly after midnight on Tuesday. He is expected to stay in London for two or three days.

The timing of the prime minister and senior leadership’s visit to London is being questioned, and observers ask why such a trip is necessary at a time when the country is at stake.

Sources say several key decisions could be made at the meeting, including resolving the issue of early elections, developing a strategy to counter the PTI and avoiding an upcoming price hike.

To date, the exact purpose of the trip is unclear.

Convicted of a corruption case, Nawaj will return within the time stipulated by the Lahore High Court in November 2019, Shevajga Chief Sharif. Later, Nawaz sought an extension to extend his stay in London for medical reasons.

Meanwhile, PTI leaders made an exception in the Prime Minister’s meeting with the Prime Minister and former Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari. .

Former climate change minister Zartaj Gul viewed the meeting as “more like a funeral” rather than a strategic meeting for the new government.