A forward block formed in PTI, NCM will succeed, Maryam Nawaz
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz has said that a forward block has formed in PTI, no-confidence motion (NCM) will surely succeed.
Talking to the media after the Islamabad High Court appearance, PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz said that the accountability court judge repeatedly asked the NAB prosecutor for evidence against me, but NAB asked the court for four weeks.
PML-N Vice President said that these people could not present any evidence against me in the court, if there is any evidence against me then present it in the court.
PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz said that the court should not give so much leeway to the court on every appearance, the court gave the NAB prosecutor four weeks to prepare, as delay in justice means denial of justice.
She said that Imran Khan’s mental condition is in doubt, he is the only Prime Minister in the world who indulges in luxury at the expense of the people.
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PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz added that the country is being destroyed every day under the PTI government. In one fell swoop, you increased petrol price by Rs. 12.09 per liter. It is a shame for you that the people remember you with such words.
Maryam Nawaz said that Pakistan has become a dangerous country in the world in terms of journalists. When I look at the condition of Imran Khan, I remember the era of Pervez Musharraf.
PML-N Vice President said that the state institution was used against a citizen yesterday, it is unfortunate that the officials of the state institution have climbed over the walls in the houses of the people.
PML-N Vice President said that she was beginning to feel sorry for Imran Khan’s mental condition. If you have done wrong, have the courage to bear the criticism, do not look at your own mistakes, and hurt those who point out the mistakes.
She also said to respect the first lady but the standard should be the same for everyone.