Chaudhry Nisar’s presence in London warms the rumors

Former Home Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan

Former Home Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan

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Former Home Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan arrives in London on a two-week visit to the UK in which he will undergo a medical examination. But with Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif also present in London, speculations are underway that he will hold an important meeting with party leaders. According to newspaper reports, local media reports before the visit were saying that former PML-N member would hold important meetings with Sharif brothers. In which the political situation would be discussed, but there was also news that former Finance Minister Ishaq Dar played a role in linking the two sides. However, sources termed it highly unlikely as the party had no intention of re-joining them, in this regard, the source said that this is a very difficult task and I do not see it happening in the near future. Although Chaudhry Nisar had a long association with Ishaq Dar and Shahbaz Sharif, after leaving the party, he did not have any association with any member of the PML-N.

Sources further said that the damage done by the statements made against Chaudhry Nisar’s openly common Sharif brothers and Maryam Nawaz cannot be far from a visit and these speculations are wrong. That Chaudhry Nisar has come to London to rejoin the party because he has not expressed any such wish. Chaudhry Nisar had parted ways with the PML-N after 34 years of fellowship, before leaving the party; he openly expressed his displeasure at the decisions of the common Sharif brothers. While many were interpreting their silence as reconsidering the decision to leave the party, He was last seen at Begum Kulsoom Nawaz’s funeral.

Although many expected the former PML-N leader to visit Nawaz Sharif but sources said that the former prime minister had been warned not to meet, while Shahbaz Sharif would not have any political conversation with him until his older brother changed his mind. However, the meeting between Ishaq Dar, Shahbaz Sharif and Chaudhry Nisar is not being ruled out and any decision regarding the former interior minister will be made by party leader Nawaz Sharif.

It should be remembered that differences between Chaudhry Nisar and Sharif brothers came to light when the former minister had said that he would not ask the PML-N parliamentary committee for an election ticket. In addition, he also criticized the formation of the Muslim League-N family party, which he said I never wanted to leave the party but now it is difficult to stay in the party. Later, Chaudhry Nisar participated in the elections as an independent candidate in 2018 and succeeded in getting the seat of the Punjab Assembly but he has not taken the oath of office till now.

Responding to a question asked by journalists about the change in federal and provincial governments at London’s Heathrow Airport, Chaudhry Nisar said it is irrelevant who is becoming the Prime Minister and who is the Chief Minister, the most important thing is for the country to be politically and economically stable. He further said that I do not see any solution in the distant future. There is no precedent for such an economic situation in the history of the country. Amid rumors of Chaudhry Nisar’s visit to London, video comments were also being made on social media over a video clip of Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and former ISPR Director General Asif Ghafoor’s presence in London. However, sources in the Pak Army termed the video clip as fake news and said that such reports were not true.

It is to be noted that Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, a 64-year-old politician from Chakri, participated in the elections on the ticket of the Islamic Democratic Alliance in 1988. After that he became a close ally of Nawaz Sharif and became a member of the National Assembly after the 1993 elections and sat on opposition benches led by Nawaz Sharif. In 1997, he rose to the position of Minister of Petroleum and Natural Resources and was considered the most powerful member of the party leadership at that time. He was detained in the house after General (retd) Pervez Musharraf’s military coup in 1999, but did not leave the PML-N and became a member of the National Assembly once again in the 2002 elections. In 2013, he participated in the election of the PML-N ticket for the Member National Assembly while running for the provincial seat independently and after winning both, he became the interior minister in Nawaz Sharif’s government.


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