PM’s aide sees Maryam’s conspiracy behind Nawaz Sharif’s fake vaccination case
Prime Minister’s aide Shahbaz Gill Saturday said Maryam and some parliamentarians came up with a conspiracy to self-exile Nawaz Sharif’s fake vaccination entry in-hospital data.
According to the 24News HD TV Channel, addressing a press conference in Islamabad, Special Assistant to PM Shahbaz Gill said there were involved at least six persons in the case of fake vaccination case.
He said the country was fighting against terrorism and the coronavirus epidemic and the fake vaccination entry case was aimed to show the vaccination process in Pakistan wrong.
Shahbaz Gill also said that the news of fake registration of vaccination was fed by the PML-N in Indian channels and Pakistani media by conspiring through its recruited person in Kot Khawaja Saeed Hospital to defame the country.
Disclosing the names involved in the conspiracy, the PM’s aide said that Chaudhry Shahbaz, Abul Hassan, Adil Rafique and Naveed played role in it.
The PM’s aide said that Adil Rafique, a resident of Shad Bagh area was recruited by MPA Chaudhry Shahbaz at Hospital in the Nawaz League’s previous regime.
He also said that the PML-N was the first to spread the news of fake vaccines just to defame Pakistan while a man named Naveed who was also involved in the registration of fake vaccination had fled the country.
Shahbaz Gill alleged after Maryam Nawaz's statement, the Indian media raised this issue to defame Pakistan across the world.