OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif is returning home today (Sunday) from London and he is expected to hold important political meetings after Eidul Azha against the backdrop of the PML-N rally and PTIs public moot. Nawaz Sharif was out of the country for 16 days. In the first leg of his tour, he had reached Turkey on October 21 on the invitation of President and Prime Minister of Turkey on a seven-day visit. In the second round, he went to London from Turkey on a private tour and after concluding his private business, is reaching home to rejuvenate political activities of the PML-N. Meanwhile, PML-N chief has congratulated the Pakistani Hujjaj and the entire Islamic Umma for performing the sacred obligation of Haj. In a felicitation message on this occasion, he has prayed that may Allah Almighty accept the prayers of every Muslim who performed Haj and this unity of Muslim Umma may become the source of blessings of Almighty Allah for all of us. police system: The PML-Q while accusing the Punjab government of failure to maintain law and order in the province on Saturday claimed that two major cities of Lahore and Faisalabad were in the grip of criminals. PML-Q provincial spokesman Akram Chaudhary while making these allegations further accused the government of destroying the police system by appointing blue-eyed officers on various positions. He while stretching the accusation list blamed the Chief Minister for controlling the prices of vegetables.