He said it was for the people of Gujranwala to "think that removal was just".
In one of the protests, she locked herself in a vehicle for several hours, refusing to let police arrest her. Police had to tow her auto and then lift it with a crane to drive miles back to her home. This tradition of sending premier home should be stopped now.
Sharif said that he wants people to support him for the betterment of the country. Then stand by me to change the fate of this nation.
Sharif, who left Islamabad on Wednesday in a rally to reach his hometown Lahore to protest against his disqualification, said nowhere in the world is a prime minister ousted the way he is in Pakistan.
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The event remained largely peaceful, though Sharif's supporters assaulted the crew of two local TV stations that had been critical of him during the court proceedings, police official Hafeez Khan said.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shireen Mazari tweeted: "Sick!"
Following the apex court's verdict, the Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) announced Punjab Chief Minister and Nawaz Sharif's younger brother Shehbaz Sharif as the next Prime Minister of Pakistan.
The Parliament seat fell vacant after the Supreme Court disqualified Mr Nawaz in the Panama case in July.
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A police auto escorting the caravan of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif crushed to death a nine year old boy near Lala Musa.
The former PM's daughter Maryam Nawaz also reacted, saying, "Heart bleeds for the little PML-N supporter who lost his life today".
The former prime minister made a stopover in Lalamusa and briefly addressed the public gathering in which he thanked the people for their warm welcome.
On the way to Jhelum, considered to be half way between Islamabad and Lahore, Sharif asked his supporters: "Do you accept the court's decision?" He passed a number of camps where small groups of PML-N workers had gathered to listen to him, the media reported.
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They are carrying party flags and portraits of Nawaz Sharif and chanting slogans in his favour.
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