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Institutions should follow the constitution of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif

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Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who had been away for four years, has returned home to Lahore and is addressing a rally at Minar-e-Pakistan. In his speech, he emphasized the significance of kingdom institutions adhering to the Constitution of Pakistan and knowing upon all stakeholders to paint together for the betterment of the USA. Nawaz Sharif expressed his gratitude for the help and affection he had acquired from the humans. He stressed that he has always worked tirelessly to address their issues and has never harmed them. He acknowledged the enduring relationship he shares with the people. He highlighted his role in the nation’s development, including Pakistan’s nuclear program, and questioned the recurring pattern of being separated from the nation every few years. Nawaz Sharif also regretted the baseless legal cases brought against him, his brother Shehbaz, his daughter Maryam, and other PML-N leaders. He shared the painful memory of his daughter Maryam’s arrest in front of him while he was in prison. He expressed his desire for more employment opportunities and prosperity in the country, hoping for happiness and prosperity in every home. Nawaz Sharif clarified that he does not desire revenge in his heart, acknowledging that the wounds run deep and will take time to heal. Nawaz Sharif’s return to Pakistan was marked by his arrival through a helicopter at Diwan Khas near the Shahi Fort. His brother, Hamza Shehbaz, drove him to the Minar-e-Pakistan, where he received warm embraces from his brother and other leaders.

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