Want to be present in Pakistan court, regardless of the Avenfield verdict

LONDON: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday that he is not a dictator who will run away from the courts.


Speaking to the media, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader said “my wife has been on a ventilator since last 21 days,” adding, “I want to hear avenfield reference verdict in the court room.”

Nawaz said that he is facing one-sided investigations from July 2017 but the nation is standing with him. He announced to return as soon as Kulsoom Nawaz’s health improves.

“Irrespective of the fact if the decision comes in my favour or not I will return to Pakistan,” he added.

The PML-N leader said that his wife underwent an operation yesterday, adding that he wants to speak to his wife before going to Pakistan.

“The nation supports my respect for vote stance,” he said. Nawaz requested the courts to delay the verdict for few days.

The former prime minister said that the nation’s decision on July 25 will change the destiny of the country.

“The entire nation is aware of one-sided actions against me,” he said.


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