WATCH: Lion, Tiger Steal Spotlight at Pak Ex-PM Nawaz Sharif’s Lahore Rally

Lahore: In a bizarre twist to Pakistan’s upcoming elections, supporters of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) made headlines during a Lahore rally led by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif when they brought a lion and a tiger, symbolizing the party’s emblem, to the National Assembly (NA)-130 constituency camps. Scores of PML-N supporters took selfies with the caged wild animals.

PML-N leader Marriyum Aurangzeb clarified that, on Nawaz’s instructions, a real lion brought by a supporter was promptly returned. Aurangzeb emphasized that Nawaz Sharif directed against bringing any real animals to future rallies.

During the rally in NA-130, Nawaz Sharif, along with PML-N chief organizer Maryam Nawaz, addressed the crowd. The rally covered Mohini Road to Ameer Roor Malik Park, passing through Kale Di Puli, Malik Park, Saradar Chapel Chowk, Moola Bakhsh Chowk, Ibrahim Road, Santnagar, and Isalampura.

In a subsequent public gathering at Nankana Sahib, Nawaz Sharif highlighted the crisis he believes Pakistan is facing after his removal from the prime minister’s office. He questioned the reasoning behind imprisoning a prime minister instrumental in making Pakistan a nuclear state. Sharif pledged positive changes for Nankana Sahib, including plans for a boy’s degree college and a modern cricket stadium.

The news comes ahead of the general election slated for February 8, with Sharif expressing determination to bring about positive transformations in Nankana Sahib.

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