Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif , who vacated the Prime Minister's House, arrived at his Murree residence Sunday where he was welcomed by a crowd of supporters.

Nawaz, who stepped down as the prime minister shortly after a five-member bench of the Supreme Court disqualified him over unreported income from a company owned by his son in Dubai, said he was not disqualified on corruption charges.

"You people should be proud that I wasn't disqualified on corruption charges," the former prime minister told the crowd outside his Murree residence. "I still cannot figure out the reason behind my disqualification."

Before he departed for Murree, Nawaz met with members of the staff at the PM House . Former finance minister Ishaq Dar also met with the PM House 's staff before he left for Murree with the Sharif family.