PTI to sweep GB elections: Fawad
Federal Minister for Science and Technology Chaudhry Fawad Hussain Friday said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) would clean sweep the elections in Gilgit Baltistan as Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz had only seven candidates and the party could not be seen anywhere in the northern areas.
During the media talk after an event here for launch of a new model of ventilator, he urged opposition not to hold public meetings and rallies because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryam Nawaz and Nawaz Sharif should address through video conference, he said adding the duo of father and daughter were saying two different things at the same time.
The PTI was ahead in the Gilgit Baltistan election while Marriyum Aurangzeb made a strange statement saying that elections were being rigged, he said.
Maryam Nawaz did a somersault a day before with her statement and both father and daughter should tell what they really wanted, he added.
He agreed that there should be a dialogue between the government and opposition on issues of national interest like National Finance Commission Award.
He said the three sugar mills of Shehbaz Sharif were used for money laundering of Rs25 billion.
The children of Nawaz Sharif created 32 companies and transferred billions of rupees abroad, he disclosed.
He said Maryam Nawaz suddenly got a massive amount in her account and she would be asked about this money.
He said there could be no dialogue on national reconciliation ordinance and cases being faced by the opposition.