The Parliamentary Secretary for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Mohsin Shahnawaz Ranjha on Monday said the former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's Children and Son-in-Law Captain (retd) Muhammad Safdar were ready to come to Pakistan, and would appear before the accountability court in the next hearing.
The Bill has now been referred back to the lower house of Parliament to pass the amended draft law.
PML-N's Central Working Committee (CWC) has agreed to amend the party's constitution, paving way for his return, the Pakistani daily Dawn reported.
According to PML-N sources, the new bill would be signed by the President tomorrow after which it would become a law and enable Sharif to be elected as the party chief.
A controversial clause of the Bill, commonly known as Electoral Reforms Bill, allows an individual disqualified to be member of the parliament to hold office of a political party.
Earlier, the National Assembly on Monday passed the Elections Bill 2017 amid a strong protest from the opposition parties, which enabled a disqualified MP to hold office of a political party.
The former prime minister appeared before the accountability court for the second time at judicial complex Islamabad.
The court has already issued bailable warrants for Hassan, Hussain, Maryam, and Safdar.
Khawaja Harris, Nawaz's counsel, informed the court during the hearing that the Sharif children are in London to attend their ailing mother.
The PML-N has also convened a meeting of its general council today and tomorrow to formally begin the process of re-electing Sharif as the party's president.
Sharif on Monday appeared before an anti-corruption court and is expected to be indicted next week, along with three of his children.
Earlier, there had been reports that the ousted prime minister would fly to London on Thursday to be with his wife, Kulsoom, who has been undergoing treatment for throat cancer at a private hospital in London.