Hamza is good man but we might have different opinions, strategies: Maryam
PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz has said that Nawaz Sharif did not criticise the institution but the actions of a few people, reported 24News HD TV channel on Monday.
While addressing the party workers, she said that the criticism was not due to any personal interest or anger, it is due to ideology. He said that Hamza Shahbaz was a good man. But, she said that their thinking, opinions, and methods might be different. She further said that she sincerely appreciate the services of Shahbaz Sharif.
Maryam said that the media itself was saying that it never had a ban during the Nawaz Sharif era. She said that the passion of PML-N workers from Gujranwala and Daska was unprecedented. “There is only one leader in Pakistan who has made sacrifices.
I don't want to repeat these sacrifices as these were for a great cause,” said Maryam and added that the government ministers were criticising the Election Commission just to cover up thefts.
Maryam Nawaz said there are differences in thinking between herself and Hamza Shahbaz but they all were unanimous that Nawaz was the only and one leader of PML-N and head of their house.
“I sincerely appreciate the services of Shahbaz Sharif. Today, life-saving drugs are only available in the black market. If it was Shahbaz Sharif's government, these medicines would have been available at homes,” she said and added that in any case, they have to respect the vote.
Maryam said they lost only one seat in Sahiwal in the 2018 elections. She said she could see the spirit of victory and commitment on the faces of party workers and this glow could be seen on the faces of those who remain committed to their leadership and did not deviate from their mission.
Maryam Nawaz said that the government used tactics worse than dictatorship rule during the election of the Cantonment Board but thank God they had great success despite all this.
In the Kashmir election, she said, the ruling party got 600,000 votes and the PML-N got 500,000 votes.
She said that Pakistan's past, present, and future was the PML-N, questioning who else if not PML-N.