Nawaz isn’t leaving politics, according to Maryam; he will still lead the governments.

On Wednesday, PML-N Senior Vice President Maryam Nawaz refuted the notion that the three-time prime minister Nawaz Sharif is stepping down from politics, stating that he will continue to actively engage in political affairs and lead the party’s government in both Punjab and the Central region.

“If Nawaz Sharif’s refusal to accept the prime ministership is interpreted as his leaving politics, then there is no truth to it,” the woman said in a message published on X, the social networking site formerly known as Twitter.

The political heir to the older Sharif, Maryam, stated that he would not only actively participate in politics during the next five years, but also serve as a patron of the governments in both Punjab and the Centre. Maryam will now lead the most populous province in Pakistan.

Simultaneously, she elucidated the rationale for Nawaz’s decision not to head the government this time, which would have granted him the unparalleled honour of being Pakistan’s fourth prime minister.

According to Maryam, Nawaz had received a resounding majority from the populace during his three prior terms as prime minister. She said, “He has stated clearly in his remarks during the election campaign that he will not serve in any coalition administration.

The comments came after Nawaz had already urged voters to cast a simple majority ballot on election day, which is a must for any head of state to carry out their goals without conceding ground to their coalition allies.

The PML-N chief organiser posted on the microblogging platform, saying, “Those who know Nawaz Sharif’s disposition understand Nawaz Sharif’s principled stance.”

Maryam said Shehbaz Sharif and her were his warriors. She is slated to become the first female chief minister in any province of Pakistan.

Maryam claimed that the two will operate under his direction and obedience to his commands.

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