LONDON: The British Foreign Secretary, responding to a letter from a citizen, said that Nawaz Sharif could be sent back if Pakistan requested.
According to details, Khalid Lodhi, a British citizen, had written a letter to the British Foreign Office, Members of Parliament, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and Home Minister, in which he demanded that Nawaz Sharif, who was convicted in Pakistan, be sent back.
The British Foreign Office, responding to a letter from Khalid Lodhi, said that Pakistan could initiate the deportation of Nawaz Sharif if requested.
It should be noted that the British Member of Parliament Stephen Timms had also written a letter to the Prime Minister in this regard.
The British Foreign Office, in response to Khalid Lodhi’s letter, said that there was no extradition treaty with Pakistan. If Pakistan requested, they could start the process of repatriation in accordance with British law.
It may be recalled that in November, Babar Awan, Advisor to the Prime Minister on Parliamentary Affairs while talking to a local media channel, said that the government has made an official relocation from the UK for the return of Nawaz Sharif, and there is a 100 percent chance of his return. Nawaz Sharif’s extradition sought from UK
On October 23, Prime Minister Imran Khan told in an interview that he would go to any lengths for Nawaz Sharif’s return, saying that if necessary, he would go to the UK himself and talk to the British Prime Minister.