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Pakistan Muslim League (N)

PML-N, the Nawaz Sharif group, ordinarily not recognized as original Muslim League was named so after separation of PML(Q). Formed as PML (Fida Mohammad Khan) in 1988 when it split from Junejo's PML in 1988 after Zia's demise. The new party had Fida Khan as its president and Nawaz Sharif as general secretary. PML-N represents a group within Muslim League headed by the Sharif brothers.

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