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Friday, May 24, 2024

PMLN Workers Bring Lion to Rally

The incident highlights the importance of ethical considerations, animal rights, and Islamic values that stress the importance of treating animals with respect.

PML-N supporters brought a real lion and a tiger, symbolizing the party’s election emblem. This tradition has become commonplace, with workers often showcasing their enthusiasm by featuring these majestic animals in iron cages, leading to unique photo opportunities.

PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb revealed that a supporter brought a real lion for the event, a move that quickly garnered attention. Eager supporters took selfies with the caged wild animals, creating a spectacle at the political gathering.

Nawaz Sharif’s Response

Nawaz Sharif, upon learning of the real lion’s presence, swiftly issued instructions for its removal from the rally. The PML-N leader, who is actively participating in the election campaign, emphasized that no real lions or animals should be part of political rallies in Pakistan.

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Marriyum Aurangzeb, echoing Nawaz Sharif’s directive, stated that the lion was immediately returned. The incident highlights the importance of ethical considerations, animal rights, and Islamic values that stress the importance of treating animals with respect.

Marriyum Aurangzeb reiterated that Islam and related laws emphasize the humane treatment of animals, providing insight into the reasoning behind Nawaz Sharif’s directive.

 

As the controversy unfolds, Nawaz Sharif and Chief Organiser Maryam Nawaz continue their political endeavors, preparing for the upcoming general elections.

Nawaz Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) (PML-N) is seen as a strong contender in the upcoming general elections scheduled for February 2024. Following the Supreme Court’s approval for him to contest a fourth term, Sharif’s team has announced his campaign will kick off in the following week. The PML-N, identified as a center-right, liberal conservative political party in Pakistan, presently holds the position of the third-largest party in the Senate.