Nawaz not a ‘choice’ because he doesn’t capitulate: Maryam

Says Imran made a bad bargain: Flays govt for unleashing tsunami of inflation and poverty

By: News Desk      Published: 04:37 PM, 14 Jul, 2021
Nawaz not a ‘choice’ because he doesn’t capitulate: Maryam

PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz has said that Nawaz Sharif is not the ‘choice’ because he does not capitulate and Imran Khan has become a ‘choice’ because he is afraid and surrenders on every order, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

She was addressing a public rally in Hajeera College Ground in Azad Kashmir on Wednesday. 

She said that history would remember Prime Minister Imran Khan as a puppet premier. She accused him of acquiring power after stealing votes. She claimed that Imran himself confessed and told his people that the ‘selectors’ had no choice except him. She held that Imran himself betrayed what was the difference between him and Nawaz Sharif. 

 Maryam said neither Nawaz gave in nor did he sell his conscience. She criticized that India had cut Kashmir from the jugular vein of Pakistan with just one stroke of the pen in the PTI tenure, adding that had Nawaz’s government been there, India could not have dared do so. 

Addressing PM Khan, she said: “Azad Kashmir has pronounced its verdict, no matter what you do.” She advised him not to visit Kashmir as he came to power by stealing elections and not by the people’s votes. She warned that this time Nawaz would not allow him to trample people’s votes. 

She mocked PM Khan’s 22-year-old political struggle, saying he had made a bad bargain. 

Maryam maintained, “politicians’ struggle is not for the throne, rather they rule on the hearts of people.” She appreciated Nawaz’s bold stance for Burhan Wani. She said Nawaz was sitting in London due to his medical condition, otherwise, he would have cornered his opponents in the AJK elections. 

She claimed that PM Khan wanted to make Kashmir a province, adding that Kashmiri people would prefer to die but won’t let it happen. 

She flayed the government for unleashing a tsunami of inflation and poverty in the country.