On Monday, the senior vice president of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Maryam Nawaz, encouraged her party’s officials to name and shame Imran Khan’s supporters in the judiciary.
It was resolved to release the “unfair decisions and testimonies against PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif” in the meeting of party spokespersons that Ms. Nawaz presided over.
Ms. Nawaz blasted Mr. Khan with the following statement: “Imran Khan has now become the country’s history. This is the moment to consider what would be best for the nation. People should know how the government has endured hardship during the last four years due to crises. Imran Khan aims to draw the public’s focus away from his corruption cases.
She criticized Mr. Khan for his presidency, claiming that “despite Imran’s vows to abolish corruption in 90 days, the country’s corruption had climbed to 14% during his presidency.”
According to Ms. Nawaz, elections should be held every five years to address Pakistan’s challenges. She made this statement on Sunday.
Speaking to the leaders of the Lawyers Wing in Lahore, Ms. According to Nawaz, Nawaz Sharif suffered from political injustice.
She said that it is clear how you contributed to Nawaz Sharif’s story, but you have not gotten the respect you merit at the highest level.
The PML-N leader added that the facilitators are central to PTI’s political system.
Imran Khan, she said, had assaulted the judges, disrespected the law, and questioned if Pakistani law even existed.
The PML-N leadership was subjected to fabricated cases, the police were attacked in Zaman Park, and petrol bombs were hurled at officers, she continued, adding that the legal system in the nation was unjust.
Who was still securing Imran Khan’s protection, Ms. Nawaz wondered? The agenda of the PTI chief depends on the Establishment, she said.
If Imran Khan was not engaged in any illegal activity, she recommended he attend court.
The head of PML-N acknowledged that elections were the only option for Pakistan and declared that his party would not attempt to avoid voting but rather be prepared for it.