After visiting the 27th session of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Sharm Al Sheikh, Egypt, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif traveled to London for a personal trip.
Late on Tuesday night, Marriyum Aurangzeb, the federal minister for information and broadcasting, made the announcement of the prime minister’s journey, indicating that the leader had taken off for the United Kingdom on a private plane for a private visit.
Several key subjects, including the current internal political crisis, would be discussed during PM Shehbaz’s consultation with PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif in London, according to sources.
Imran Khan’s march toward the capital is another topic that the PM and PML-N leader are anticipated to debate.
The length of PM Shehbaz’s private visit to London has also been speculated upon by sources as perhaps exceeding a day.
Since the late Queen Elizabeth II’s royal funeral in London in September, the prime minister has made two trips to the city. During his first trip, he met with Nawaz a day after landing in the city.
Following the previous visit by the Prime Minister, the PML-top N’s brass made a last-ditch effort to rebuild their party’s political capital in preparation for the next general elections by appointing former financial czar Ishaq Dar as Pakistan’s finance minister once more. At the time, it was anticipated that the minister’s reappointment would open the door for Nawaz Sharif’s reappointment.
Nevertheless, the PML-N has yet to achieve the much-desired stability that it had ardently sought.
The political climate in the nation has reached a boiling point as a result of PTI leader Imran Khan’s announcement that his group will resume its long march on Islamabad beginning on Thursday (tomorrow), starting precisely from the location where he narrowly escaped death three days prior.