Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz on Monday told Prime Minister Imran Khan that his electoral prospects were weak and his ‘game was over’.
Talking to media outside the Islamabad High Court, the PML-N leader told PM Khan, “Your electoral prospects in the wake of inflation and lack of governance are bleak. You know you have lost the game and the upcoming elections.”
She assailed the premier for insulting the opposition in his speeches. “I have heard his speeches and he sounds like a defeated man [in them],” Maryam stated.
Maryam said that every political party went through “these phases” but none ever deployed foul language the way Imran Khan did. “You ridicule opponents. You oppose Maulana Fazlur Rehman. You mimic Bilawal,” she said referring to PM Khan’s recent comments.
She urged the public “not to let their children watch such speeches”, adding that despite facing several injustices, PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif never “let go of his moral principles”.
“Four years are sufficient to show the performance of a person. Imran Khan should know that people have shown him the red card,” Maryam elaborated.
Referring to the no-confidence motion, she called it karma for the premier.
While addressing the premier, she said that he had called out Nawaz’s politics but today, the same Nawaz had beaten him.
“Now you are the one paying visits to people with one or two seats,” she added.