Nawaz Sharif, Maryam to leave for London tomorrow

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How one can deprive them of their rights, Sharif said.

In February, the Supreme Court also disqualified Sharif from the post of ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party chief, and on April 13, it further put a lifetime ban on the former prime minister from contesting elections.

The former first woman was admitted to hospital Tuesday after her condition deteriorated.

"My mother is hospitalized again".

"I know prayers can do wonders. Allah answers prayers. Thank you", stated the tweet.

Ms. Maryam in her address had said: "The SC judges had asked Imran Khan (cricketer-turned-politician and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman) to file a petition so that they could oust Nawaz Sharif as he (Khan) had failed to make that happen through protest movement". "It is part of the code of conduct that a (judicial) matter can not be discussed until the court takes the final decision; however, news channels have been crossing the limit by broadcasting talk shows on such cases", said Chudhry Khadim Huddain, editor of a national daily.

Earlier in the day, Nawaz had asserted that uncivilised restrictions could not be placed on anyone in the country.

"We can not restrict someone from speaking", he had said, adding that he wanted everyone to go along together. He said in the past, the elected governments had taken historical decisions, adding decision of atomic explosions was also taken by a civilian government.

The three-time prime minister said he does not regret moving on.

Naqvi said that while Article 19 of the Constitution allowed fair criticism of the judiciary, not every person should be allowed to criticise the courts just for the sake of exercising the right, The Express Tribune reported.