Both quickly vowed to return to appeal and though neither can stand in the July 25 general election, the PML-N hopes their appearance can galvanise a campaign which has seen them lose ground to the party of cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan.
Sharif's son owns the flat at Avenfield House, Park Lane, in London where supporters of, as well as those against, former Pakistan PM Sharif have been gathering since he was last week sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Nawaz Sharif's brother Shahbaz Sharif, who is the president of the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), is expected to lead a rally to Lahore's Allama Iqbal International Airport to receive the two, Dawn reported.
Judge Muhammad Bashir has already given the verdict against Sharifs in another reference of Avenfield properties, considering that Nawaz's counsel pleaded the accountability court to transfer the hearing of other references to another judge except Muhammad Bashir. "It is incorrect to say that only certain people are facing accountability". "Having searched in several countries of the world, it had to be written that there was no evidence of corruption [against me]".
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While addressing a press conference here in London on Wednesday he said, " I am leaving Kalsoom Nawaz behind to return Pakistan".
Sharif said that former dictator Gen. Pervez Musharraf, who abrogated the constitution of Pakistan twice, remains at large and no one has the power to bring him back. "There is a court order against them", he said.
Sharif said that decision to disqualify him, his daughter and his son-in-law Captain Safdar was "made somewhere else".
Maryam, daughter and political heir of the ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif, added that "anyone would have reacted" to such unacceptable act. She was also convicted and sentenced to seven years in prison. Maryam said that Pakistan was standing at an important juncture and "these are defining times".