‘PDM will not fall short of people’s expectations, government will come under its own weight’

‘PDM will not fall short of people’s expectations, government will come under its own weight’

PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz and JUI-F chief Maulana Fazl addressed the media after their meeting at Jati Umrah in Lahore. Photo: Geo News ScreenRub

LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz on Wednesday said that the present government is standing on crutches and it will soon come to its weight, assuring the people that the alliance will not be less than their expectations.

“We have decided to overcome all obstacles. There is no sign of” good governance “in the whole country,” the JUI-F chief told the media jointly with Maryam. Is.” We want to be a ray of hope for the people of Pakistan. “

However, Information Minister Shibli Faraz, speaking to Geo News, countered with PDM’s criticism, alleging that Maryam was raising “unnecessary issues” and, on the other hand, had become “politically irrelevant”.

Fazal said the alliance’s upcoming public rallies would attract large crowds, adding that its next public gatherings in Gujranwala and Karachi would be “great shows”.

Speaking to the media, Maryam slammed the government over a recent statement by Prime Minister Imran Khan in which he said that India was happy with Nawaz Sharif’s speeches.

“India is happy when the economy goes bankrupt,” he said. He added that India is happy when Kashmir falls. India is happy when you present Kashmir on their tray. ‘

Talking about the upcoming PDM public gathering in Gujranwala, he said that the government was already scared of the movement. Maryam said that Pakistani people are looking at PDM with hope.

“Inshallah, I want to assure the people that we will not be disappointed with the expectations of Nawaz Sharif and Maulana Fazlur Rehman,” he said.

The PML-N leader said that she would attend the Gujranwala gathering of Fazal Ittehad and would also invite PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to attend it.

Responding to a question, Maryam said that former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and none of them need to prove their patriotic credentials. “These are the cards that are being pulled out and used over and over again, we’ve been witnessing that,” he said. “Sometimes a patriotic card is issued [against the PML-N]Sometimes they take out a religion card. “Sometimes, sit-ins don’t come from anywhere,” he said.

“Maryam Nawaz is the daughter of this country and Nawaz Sharif is the son of Mati. We don’t need to prove anything to anyone.”

Replying to a question, Fazal said that PDM and PML-N were not against Pakistan Army.

Extraordinarily politically irrelevant, Maryam is raising ‘unnecessary issues’: Faraz

Speaking to Geo News, Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Shibli Faraz slammed the opposition, saying the JUI-F chief wanted elections according to his wishes.

He criticized the PDM leader for accepting the results of his son’s victory but rejected him when his party lost the constituency.

“He wants to compete [elections] The minister said that an umpire who is his own has been nominated by him and the results will come out.

Faraz said Fazal had become “politically irrelevant” so he was trying to do something that would bring him back to light. “The Pakistani people will not accept them,” he said.

The minister also criticized Maryam for trying to provoke people to defend her corruption. “His moral standing is bad enough. I don’t think anyone will take his call [to protest] Seriously, “he said.

He said PDM leaders were “campaigning for their own interests” and that it was up to the people to support those who were only fighting for their own interests.

Responding to his criticism of the government’s Kashmir policy, Faraz said the PML-N vice-president was twisting every issue and trying to present it to the people because she wanted to see it.

“The public has no interest in these matters,” he said, adding that Maryam was raising “unnecessary issues”.


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