PML-N to protest outside Jemima house in London

By: News Desk
Published: 10:16 AM, 21 May, 2022
PML-N to protest outside Jemima house in London
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The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has decided to protest outside the house of PTI Chief’s ex-wife Jemima Goldsmith in London tomorrow (Sunday), reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

PML-N President (UK and EU chapters) on Saturday directed all party workers to gather outside Jemima’s house tomorrow. 

The PML-N leadership took serious exception to former prime minister Imran Khan’s indecent lewd remarks against PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz during his speech in Multan in which the latter asked Maryam: “Be careful. Don’t call out my name with such passion and in such refrain that your husband may get upset because of the way you are taking my name.” 

He was alluding to Maryam’s speech she delivered during a public rally in Sargodha. 

The misogynistic remarks of the PTI chief invited wrath of politicians including Maryam’s father Nawaz Sharif, PM Shehbaz Sharif, PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari, Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Sharif, journalists, civil society members and netizens condemning his improper rant. 

In a tit-for-tat manner, the PML-N has decided to take the protest outside Imran’s ex-wife’s Jemima’s house in London

London has been emerged as the newest battleground between the PTI and PML-N workers who take to the London streets to get themselves involved in a face-off.

Last month in April, the PML-N supports staged a protest in London outside the residence of Jemima Goldsmith. 

Footage shared on social media showed a throng of PML-N supporters waving flags, holding banners and placards and chanting slogans in favour of their party supremo Nawaz Sharif and against Imran Khan. Police contingents deployed outside Jemima’s home were also seen in the footage.

Separately, PTI supporters also took out demonstrations at London’s Hyde Park. Footage shared by the PTI also showed a protest outside Nawaz Sharif’s Avenfield residence.

About the protest outside her house, Jemima recounted her horror of living in Pakistan as she shared the poster of a protest being planned outside her London house on April 17 (Sunday).

"Protest outside my house, targeting my children, antisemitic abuse on social media... It's almost like I'm back in 90s Lahore," Jemima Goldsmith tweeted with #PuranaPakistan, in her first social media reaction after the ouster of Imran Khan through the no-confidence vote in the National Assembly.