PM to return to Pakistan within three weeks: Maryam Nawaz

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ISLAMABAD, May 31 (APP): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, who underwent a cardiac-surgery in London on Tuesday, was expected to return to Pakistan within three weeks after the doctors allow him to travel, his daughter Maryam Nawaz said.

Talking to various private television channels on
Tuesday night, Maryam Nawaz said the Prime Minister was
successfully operated upon for the heart ailment and according to the doctors this surgery would make him more healthy.

To a question, Maryam Nawaz said his father was a bold
man and leader and had faced many ups and downs in the life with courage, adding those who thought that they could get any thing done of their choice by bringing him under
pressure were badly mistaken.

She said according to the doctors the Prime Minister,
after this surgery, would be more healthy and his performance would further improve.

To another question, Maryam Nawaz said that Nawaz Sharif
was his father as well as his leader. “Before the operation, I talked to him and he was in high spirits,” she added.

Maryam also thanked the people from different walks of
life including the political workers and leaders for their
prayers and well wishes for the Prime Minister.

Maryam Nawaz while responding to a query said the
political opponents of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif were hatching conspiracies as they were afraid of the PML-N’s development agenda, which would bring in a major change in the lives of people and eliminate load-shedding by 2018.

She said with its people-friendly policies and an agenda of improvement in every sector including health, education etc., the PML-N was moving ahead and would not be detracted by non-issues.

To a question, Maryam Nawaz described as a ‘good omen’ the health wishes extended by leaders from across the political divide, including PTI chief Imran Khan. “When it comes to the health or life issue of anyone, politics takes the back seat,” she remarked.

Maryam Nawaz said the Prime Minister was fine after the
surgery, which continued for around four and a half hours and doctors continued to update the family members, including her brothers who were present at the hospital, about his health condition.

To a question, she said the doctors had advised surgery after his angiography.

In response to another question about the political
activities including public rallies by Nawaz Sharif despite
the heart ailment, Maryam Nawaz said he did not know about the seriousness of the problem at that time.

To a query, she expressed the hope that owing to the development work, the PML-N would win the 2018 general
election as well.