On the trail of Pakistan's ousted Prime Minister

Imran Khan believes that Nawaz Sharif is protesting against the Supreme Court verdict against him

Imran Khan believes that Nawaz Sharif is protesting against the Supreme Court verdict against him

After a Supreme Court decision disqualified him last month for concealing assets, Sharif travelled with a long cavalcade from Islamabad Wednesday.

The Supreme Court sacked Sharif after an investigation into corruption allegations against him and his family, making him the 15th prime minister in Pakistan's 70-year history to be ousted before completing a full term.

Although Kulsoom distanced herself from political activities in recent years, she had been involved in active politics when then Army Chief Pervez Musharraf dismissed Sharif's government in 1999 and jailed him.

Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) candidate Yasmin Rashid has submitted her nomination papers in Election Commission for NA-120 by-election.

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Sharif is now holding rallies across Punjab, where the city of Lahore - the Sharif family's home town - is the provincial capital.

Nawaz said he had presented his case in the court of people, as they had made him the prime minister.

Sources in Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) said that Sharif was unhappy with the turnout and asked party leaders to make more targeted efforts to bring out the supporters.

Within days of his departure, the ruling PML-N nominated former oil minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi as a new prime minister, with the National Assembly approving the choice.

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A boy named Hamid was allegedly killed by the former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's Elite Force motorcade on Friday.

Meanwhile, the Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs Khawaja Muhammad Asif departed from Sialkot with a huge gathering of PML-N workers and supporters to join the mammoth rally of Nawaz Sharif. "The people should ask them why they ousted Nawaz Sharif when he had done no corruption", he said. Did I commit any kind of corruption?

Sharif vowed that he would not sit back home. "I need your support to ensure respect of the people's vote and civilian supremacy", he said. "Promise me you won't allow your prime minister to be humiliated this way", he said. Pakistan People's Party (PPP) has finalised Faisal Mir for the contest.

Mr Sharif added: "I want to ask why they ousted me". "We would have to make sure that your vote is respected".

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According to DawnNews, the child was among a crowd of supporters gathered to greet Nawaz Sharif as his motorcade passed through Lalamusa.

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