On one hand, a non-bailable warrant has been issued against former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Pakistan, on the other hand, his picture is once again going viral on social media that he is having dinner with his granddaughters in a cafe in London. Nawaz Sharif has been in London for the past several months seeking treatment with the court. After this picture went viral, it is being said that he is completely fine and does not want to come back to Pakistan after pretending to be sick.
When Nawaz Sharif's photo went viral, his daughter Maryam Aurangzeb has said that he is happy to see his father healthy, but blowing such rumors against him is a conspiracy to discredit him that he is having fun in the streets of London. Describing the photos as viral, he said that this is a political attempt to tarnish his father's image.
Maryam is also the spokesperson of the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz). He told The Dawn that supporters of Nawaz Sharif are excited to see him healthier than before. He said that even when his mother was seriously ill and admitted to the ICU, such people tried to take his photo. He tweeted that such shameful acts should stop. Earlier in January, a picture of Nawaz Sharif eating with family members in a restaurant in London went viral.
For this, his party attacked the Tehreek-e-Insaf Party of Pakistan and said that his opponents are making fun of his illness. He has asked the Imran Khan government to come out of 'Sharif Phobia' and pay attention to the important questions and issues of the country.
However, Nawaz Sharif's illness has long been discussed in the political circles of Pakistan as a pretext for the disease and has been in London for months to avoid corruption charges and lawsuits. While his party is repeatedly claiming that political games are being played forcibly with Nawaz and he has been implicated.
It is clear that the Imran Khan government has been on target of the opposition due to serious questions of Corona in Pakistan and a completely chamai economy. In such a situation, such an internal political controversy can prove helpful in reuniting Nawaz supporters.