His invitation came after his much-awaited press conference in which Ch. Nisar said, “he would resign nonetheless from the ministry and the National Assembly on the day the Supreme Court announces the Panamagate verdict — “be it for the party or against it.” “My heart is no longer in politics,” he added.
Ch. Sarwar claimed that PTI is the best option for Ch. Nisar and he must join it. Earlier, at the start of the presser, Nisar remarked that it was going to be his “most difficult” press conference.
In his nearly 45-minute long speech, the interior minister talked about his 33-year association with the party, conspiracies within the ruling PML-N, and his disillusionment with politics.
He concluded with some sound parting advice to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, whom he praised throughout as a “great and humble leader”.