Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, and Muhammad Zubair Announce Exit from PML-N

Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, and Muhammad Zubair leave PML-N citing irreconcilable differences and challenges in power politics.
Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, and Muhammad Zubair Announce Exit from PML-N

Nawaz Sharif, President of the Pakistan Muslim League (N) (PML-N), along with former Punjab Chief Minister spokesperson Maryam Nawaz and former Governor of Sindh Muhammad Zubair, have announced their departure from the party.


In an exclusive conversation, Muhammad Zubair stated, "Respect the vote was our slogan. Now, staying in power at any cost becomes very difficult to keep up with." He elaborated that his decision to leave had been contemplated for a long time, particularly since the shift towards power politics made it challenging to continue.


Zubair highlighted his differences on various issues, including anti-trust concerns and the performance of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) over the past 16 months. These differences, he noted, made it increasingly difficult to align with the party's current trajectory.


This announcement marks a significant shift in Pakistan's political landscape, as Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz have been central figures in the PML-N, advocating for democratic values and the "Respect the Vote" campaign. Their departure signals potential realignments and shifts in the party's future strategies and leadership.


Political analysts and supporters alike are closely watching the developments, as this move could have far-reaching implications for the party and its role in Pakistan's political arena.


Further details and reactions from other party members and political figures are anticipated in the coming days as the situation unfolds.