Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter, PML-N vice-president Maryam Nawaz Sharif, reunited in London after three years as she arrived on Thursday in the United Kingdom to spend a month with her father, who has been in London since November 2019.Maryam Nawaz reunite in London
Ms Sharif will reportedly undergo a medical procedure during this visit, and speculations are high that she and Nawaz Sharif will return to Pakistan together. Maryam Nawaz reunite i Shortly after, a photograph of the brother and sister hugging each other emerged on social media.
PTI supporters who had gathered there to chant slogans. A heated exchange took place between the two, with members of both sides insulting each other with abusive language. The dramatic exchange took place between diehard supporters of both parties, who in recent months have had several aggressive encounters.
Ms Sharif, however, left the airport via a different exit.
Outside the Avenfield House, hundreds of PML-N workers lined the entrance of Dunraven Street awaiting Ms Sharif’s arrival. Some played the dhol, while others danced and chanted “Teri awaz, meri awaz (your voice, my voice) Maryam Nawaz” and “welcome, welcome”.
One worker distributed sweets, saying “we are celebrating [the arrival of] our leader”.
Met Police officers in high-visibility jackets dotted the scene, which has often been the site of face-offs between the supporters of PTI and PML-N.
As she reached Avenfield House, a crush of people surrounded her vehicle.
Ms Sharif’s visit to London marks the first time she has met her brothers, Hussain and Hassan, since the passing of their mother Kulsoom Nawaz in 2019.. Maryam Nawaz reunite in London
A day earlier, Hussain Nawaz while speaking to reporters said, “
“It was heart wrenching to see her go to jail because of Imran Khan and his government. It is painful for any brother to see his sister go through that. When she arrives, we will talk to each other and share our grief
Kulsoom They were allowed to attend Kulsoom Nawaz’s final rites in Lahore on parole.
Prior to her departure for London, Ms Sharif was seen at the Lahore airport entrance saying,