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PML-N is creating a soft spot in the system, Nawaz Sharif's release soon

PML-N is creating a soft spot in the system, Nawaz Sharif's release soon




Lahore - (Urdu point newspaper: September 19, 2019) Dialogue with former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is once again under discussion. However, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that he will not deal with any kind and will fight legal battle. But senior journalists are claiming to be negotiating a deal. Pakistan Peoples Party Leader Nabil Gabol says that a soft spot is being created in the system for PML-N and Nawaz Sharif will be released soon.
According to media reports, Nabeel Gabol says that the PML-N will get relief from the courts and the government will defame him by taking the NRO. He revealed that Nawaz Sharif will announce his retirement from politics after release. Maryam Nawaz will be brought forward.
Bell Gobol said that the case against Nawaz Sharif is not known in any case. The government cannot keep him in jail for long.

Earlier, senior anchor person and analyst Imran Khan, speaking at a private TV channel program, said that after a few days, Mian Nawaz Sharif would get bail from the court. There will be no decision on their case. After being granted bail, they will also be allowed to go out of Pakistan for treatment. Mian Nawaz Sharif will leave Pakistan. "I am not saying that Mian Nawaz Sharif will get bail for health reasons, he will get bail in his case," he said.
After being granted bail, he will be allowed to go abroad on health grounds after which Mian will go to his children for treatment. Maryam Nawaz will also move out of Pakistan, after which Nawaz Sharif's cases will be postponed. They have destroyed Pakistan.
However, the PML-N would be convinced that Mian Nawaz Sharif was as ill as his wife-in-law was. And Mian will come and face his cases as he did before. They have never run before, nor will they run away. They are ill at this time, cannot come yet. Maryam Nawaz will also move away from practical politics and will likely return to the country in the coming elections.

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