Pakistan’s Supreme Court directs Govt. to allow Nawaz Sharif’s homecomingNovember 14th, 2007 - 8:06 am ICT by admin
The apex court had earlier allowed the return of Sharif in spite of the government opposing it claiming that he and his brother had made a deal with Musharraf.
Boosted by the court’s decision, Sharif returned to Islamabad from London on September 10, ending his seven-year exile only to be forcibly sent back to Jeddah.
The apex court today said that the deportation of Sharif was in complete violation of its earlier order.
Supporters of Sharif hailed the decision and cadres of his party PML-N shouted anti-Musharraf slogan on the streets and burst crackers. (ANI)
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