PML-N senior vice president Maryam Nawaz has returned to Pakistan after a nearly four-month sojourn in London. Earlier, party spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb said Maryam was returning to begin the “reorganisation of the party”. It is understood that she will build the party’s election narrative, as formulated by her father Nawaz Sharif, holding Imran Khan, former judges and military officers responsible for the economic and political instability in Pakistan, reports Dawn. Earlier this month, signaling a churn in PML-N’s internal politics, Maryam was elevated in the party ranks, making her one of the party’s senior-most leaders in the country. PML-N chief Shehbaz Sharif also authorised her to “reorganise” the party “at all functional levels”.
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