Pakistan's Sharif sets off on 'homecoming' procession

Nawaz Sharif embarks on a roadshow from Islamabad to Lahore

An aggressive Nawaz Sharif, leading a mammoth rally from Islamabad to his hometown Lahore, on Thursday launched a scathing attack on the Supreme Court for ousting him as Pakistan's Prime Minister.

Chairman Imran Khan, in his "advice" to former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, said on Thursday: You can blame the umpires, the pitch, the weather, some of your players; but in the end you can't avoid the sinking feeling that the game is over and you have lost.

Addressing Nawaz Kaira said that he was sent home by a bench of the apex court that comprised five judges. Qamar Zaman Kaira of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) said that there could be around 10,000 people with Sharif.

The 380-kilometer (237-mile) journey has been referred to as a display of Sharif's continued standing and strength after he was forced to quit late last month over undeclared assets.

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The President apprised the Prime Minister of his recent foreign visits wherein he highlighted the grave human rights violations by Indian security forces in IOK.

The media quoted Sharif as saying that while the people's mandate catapulted him to power, he was ousted "in a minute".

Sharif says he wants to start a debate in parliament and the public to discuss why no elected prime minister has completed their full term in Pakistan, which has been ruled by army generals for more than half of its 70-year history. He added, 'A divide is being witnessed in the ruling party'.

Thousands of Sharif party supporters thronged the capital to join in the rally, setting up camps along the route he is expected to take and address supporters.

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"I'm selling sunglasses here because wearing these makes you look like a big leader, or a politician, and people seem to like that", said Abrar Hussain, 45.

"As the rally gets closer to Lahore, it will surpass all other jalsas of the past".

Pakistan's next parliamentary election is due in mid-2018, and Hussain said he would be voting for the opposition Pakistan People's Party (PPP). Sharif made the remarks just before leaving for Lahore, where he will hold a huge rally. The former prime minister also planned to deliver speeches at key places during the journey.

Later, the name of Shahbaz was apparently withdrawn after some senior party members apprehended that in the absence of younger Sharif from Punjab not only the pace of ongoing mega projects in the province would be affected but the party's energies would also be diverted to his election.

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"It is unusual that a man who has been disqualified is planning to.Tell people he is innocent", said the cricketer- turned-politician.

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