The younger daughter of Asif Zardari has already exhibited her political abilities in her first formal public appearance at the Multan rally of the Pakistan Democratic Movement last month.
Information Minister Shibli Faraz told reporters that it's the responsibility of British authorities not to allow "convicted criminals like Sharif” to remain there. Sharif was sentenced to seven years in prison in a separate case, for corruption and money laundering in 2018.
"I have quarantined myself at home," Qaiser, who is also a close aide to Prime Minister Imran Khan, said on Twitter. Qaiser's son and daughter have also tested positive for the virus.
As the picture went viral on social media, it sparked a debate about his health with his detractors asking why he does not return to Pakistan if he is well and roaming on London streets, while his supporters expressed joy at seeing their leader in good health and spirits.
"How all of a sudden Sharif who was brought into politics by military dictator General Ziaul Haq became champion of democracy and Indian media is portraying him as a hero,” the prime minister said in an interview with a local TV channel.
The development came about five months after Zardari, the widower of the country's assassinated former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, was arrested by Pakistan's anti-graft body in a multi-million dollar money laundering case.
According to Article 245, acts of armed forces cannot be challenged in court when they are called in to support the civil administration.
The passport expires on this day, and if the government doesn’t issue a new passport, the former premier will face a difficult situation. Earlier, former finance minister Ishaq Dar is also faced a similar situation.
In a tweet on Sunday, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Syed Shibli Faraz said the prime minister will receive phone calls from general public at 4pm tomorrow. General public can contact the prime minister by dialing 051-9210809 to directly talk to Imran Khan.
"Why do these revelations expose repeatedly?” he posed a question in a series of tweets, and said exactly what he has been saying in his 24 years fight against corruption, which is the biggest threat to Pakistan’s progress. "These elites come to power and plunder the country.”