Nawaz Sharif will speak at a rally following his heartfelt victory in Lahore.

Nawaz Sharif

LAHORE— Nawaz Sharif, the former prime minister, has arrived at Minar-e-Pakistan to speak at a huge rally.

The three-time premier took a helicopter from the Lahore airport to the Greater Iqbal Park.
Nawaz Sharif was greeted at the Lahore airport by Hamza Shehbaz and PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif.

As the helicopter bearing Nawaz Sharif touched down at the Royal Fort, protesting workers and supporters waved party banners and flags and began singing the recently published party anthem. Prior to arriving at the event site, Nawaz Sharif said prayers of appreciation at the magnificent Badshahi Mosque.

Nawaz Sharif was later driven in a convoy to the rally’s location.

Nawaz Sharif was later driven in a convoy to the rally’s location. Hamza Shehbaz was driving his automobile.

Aerial floral displays and caravans of PML-N members and supporters streaming into Lahore from all over the nation are heralding Nawaz Sharif’s return home. Lahore, the politician’s hometown, is decked up with party banners, posters, and flags in the colors green and yellow. extend a momentous greeting to theLAKE — The former prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, has come to Minar-e-Pakistan to address a sizable gathering.

The three-time prime minister flew in a helicopter to go to Greater Iqbal Park from the Lahore airport.
PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif and Hamza Shehbaz welcomed Nawaz Sharif at the Lahore airport.

Prominent PML-N figures coming up to welcome the former premier home were Javaid Latif, Ayaz Sadiq, Saad Rafique, Rana Sauallah, and Abid Sher Ali.

Nawaz Sharif is scheduled to speak at a massive rally at Greater Iqbal Park’s Minar-e-Pakistan.
Shehbaz Sharif, the president of the PML-N, said that the Minar-e-Pakistan rally would be historic.

In a phone conversation with Nawaz Sharif on Friday, Shehbaz stated that all of Pakistan was prepared to receive the three-time prime minister upon his return.The leader of the PML-N, Nawaz Sharif, arrived in Islamabad earlier today following a four-year exile, and his party is optimistic that he will lead Pakistan into a fourth term of prime minister during his illustrious political career.