Pakistan's ousted Prime Minister has been on the road rallying support after being forced to resign by the country's Supreme Court.
The wife of deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif is to run for a seat in parliament, a lawmaker from Pakistan's ruling party said.
It is a question of respect for vote of 20 crore people.
Nawaz Sharif embarked on an on-the-road rally on Wednesday from Islamabad, heading to his hometown of Lahore.
"There is no charge of corruption or embezzlement". "Now we need a new law in which no one can oust a prime minister in this manner and for that objective I will come out one roads and bring about a revolution", he asserted.
Sharif said that it was pity that none of the prime ministers in the 70-year history of the country have been allowed to complete their tenure. "Some were executed, some jailed, some handcuffed, and some exiled", he said.
Khurram Dastgir said after the decision of July 28, every patriotic Pakistani was asking who would protect the future of Pakistan.
The apex court ordered the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to file a reference against the accused in an accountability court in six weeks, directing for the trial to be concluded within six months.
Rashid further said that the PML-N was being "forced" to contest the by-election due to Nawaz's ouster, adding that they should do so on a level playing field without using government machinery.
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Sharif vowed that he would not sit back home.
"This country can not go like this".
Nawaz said he had presented his case in the court of people, as they had made him the prime minister. "Wait for my call to join me in the struggle against such elements as have disgraced the democratic right of the people", he said.
While the former PM addressed the crowd from a makeshift stage behind a bulletproof glass in a bomb-proof vehicle, no security arrangements were made for his faithful followers.
Earlier, Sharif started his journey from Rawalpindi this afternoon after overnight stay in the garrison city.
The notification also referred to the Supreme Court order and observed that Article 15 of the PML-N's own party constitution binds appointment of a party president within a period of one week.
A huge crowd gathered for his journey along the Grand Trunk Road bridging the 380 km (237 miles) between Islamabad and Lahore.
According to the schedule of Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz (PML-N), Sharif is expected to spend the night in Gujranwala.
Political observers believe that Kulsoom knows the complex nature of Pakistani politics as she led the PML-N in hard time and toured the country to seek support for her husband.