Imran helped people understand what a puppet he is: Maryam

By: News Desk      Published: 05:58 PM, 26 Nov, 2020
Imran helped people understand what a puppet he is: Maryam

PML-N Vice-President Maryam Nawaz on Thursday said Shehbaz Sharif and Hamza Shehbaz were in prison only because of their loyalty to Nawaz Sharif – the party supremo, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

She said the government was talking about Israel at a time when they had lost the case of Kashmir. “I feel that if they had informed people about a puppet without Imran Khan then perhaps the people wouldn’t have understood,” Maryam said in her remarks. 

In an informal chat with reporters at her Jati Umra residence in Lahore, Maryam said the worsening situation demanded the ouster of the current government, adding that Nawaz had directed her to attend the PDM rally in Multan on November 30.

She, however, remarked that “problems start when extensions are obtained”. But the PML-N leader ruled out the possibility of any coup. 

“Now there can’t be any coup. Coup happens when you do not take an extension,” she said and stressed that the people would have to show some courage. “Voices are raised from within when they supersede others.”

Maryam said the people didn’t consider Imran Khan worthy of being accused of anything. “In this matter, Imran Khan is lucky as the people too are blaming the ‘elders’,” she maintained but he had badly exposed his selectors who were being humiliated by him. 

The PML-N leader said they were first claiming that the Sindh government was behind the attack on her room but the inquiry ordered by the army chief clarified everything.

When a reporter said that some people in their messages had saluted Nawaz and Maryam but expressed the fear that they could face a horrific incident, Maryam replied that she feared the same.

She revealed that they had received indirect messages from judges who were in fact anti-PML-N that they were tired of the government.

Maryam made it clear that she did not have any contact with Justice Faez Isa and noted that the state of affairs wouldn’t worsen if the judiciary took a stand and stop acting like a tool.