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Maryam wants SC to stay away from political wrangling

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz on Saturday urged the Supreme Court (SC) to stay away from the ongoing political scuffle between the PTI and the government and allied parties.

Addressing a rally in Bahawalpur, the PML-N leader came down hard on former prime minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan, saying he (Imran) has given nothing to the country but poverty, inflation and stoking hatred in the society.

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“Currently, there is no external threat to Pakistan’s security. The country is suffering from internal turmoil and chaos created by Imran Khan,” she alleged.

She said that former prime minister and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif made Pakistan a nuclear power. “Pakistan knows how to protect itself. “Nawaz Sharif made Pakistan a nuclear power by rejecting $5billion in aid… this is called self-determination and freedom,” she added.

“Pakistan was banned from carrying out nuclear blasts. Threats were hurled that if you will carry out nuclear blasts, you will be pushed into the Stone Age. Nawaz Sharif told them to do whatever they want. He was eager to fulfil the national task. My leader did not wave a letter,” she quipped. She claimed that Nawaz Sharif ended load shedding in the country. “What have you done for the country,” she asked Imran. She also thanked the people for attending the rally in scorching heat.

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In his address, Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz Sharif warned Imran Khan that he would be put behind bars this time if he will try to create chaos in the country. He was referring to Imran Khan’s six-day deadline given to the government to announce elections or he will again march on the capital again with millions of people.

He held Imran Khan responsible for the martyrdom of a police constable during a police raid on the house of a PTI leader on the eve of ‘Azadi March’ in Lahore. He added that former National Assembly deputy speaker Qasim Suri during the PTI’s protest in Islamabad had asked Imran Khan to give “Islamic touch” to his speech. The PML-N leader alleged that Imran and his party were using the religion card to fulfil their political agenda.

Hamaz went on to say that the people of Bahawalpur remained deprived of the speedo bus service for four years. “Free net service was snatched from the people during the previous tenure of the PTI.” He pledged to resolve the problems facing the common man in the area. The Punjab CM admitted that there is a shortage of water in Cholistan. He further stated that a constitutional crisis has been haunting Punjab for two months.



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