PPP chief Makhdoom Ahmed meets Nawaz Sharif in London, discusses South Punjab

Former Punjab governor Makhdoom Ahmed Mehmood (L) and PML-N Supremo Nawaz Sharif (R). Photos: file
Former Punjab governor Makhdoom Ahmed Mehmood (L) and PML-N Supremo Nawaz Sharif (R). Photos: file  

LONDON: PML-N Supremo Nawaz Sharif held an import assembly with PPP chief and former Punjab governor Makhdoom Ahmed Mehmood in London to debate the political state of affairs in South Punjab, it emerged on Thursday.

Well-placed sources stated that the assembly, which lasted over two hours, was held at Makhdoom Mehmood’s insistence. Former finance minister Ishaq Dar was additionally among the many attendees.

It is pertinent to say right here that PTI’s estranged chief Jahangir Tareen can be in London nowadays. Tareen and Prime Minister Imran Khan developed variations after a sugar inquiry fee’s report named the ex-PTI secretary-general as one of many beneficiaries of the ‘synthetic’ sugar value hike final 12 months.

Confirming his assembly with the previous premier, the ex-Punjab governor stated that his social gathering knew concerning the shut relations he loved with Nawaz Sharif.

“I can confirm met Nawaz Sharif in London,” he stated. “I met Nawaz Sharif when he was in jail and I will meet him again. I am indebted to him and I will never forget that.”

Makhdoom Mehmood stated his relationship with the previous prime minister is a “personal” one, including that “I have always been a part of good/bad times of the Sharif family”.


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