PML-N leader Ishaq Dar returns to Pakistan after five years in self-exile

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PML-N leader Ishaq Dar has landed in Islamabad ending his five-year self-imposed exile from the United Kingdom. Dar will take the oath as Pakistan’s new finance minister on September 27 (tomorrow) A day earlier, the PML-N supremo suggested Dar leave with the PM, as he will have to return eventually.
Published 2 months ago · Pakistan

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