Maryam announces visiting London soon
Says Imran should not be allowed to politics and be behind bars forever
October 4, 2022 06:42 PM
Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz Sharif announced filing an application against the case in which her passport was captured but is now provided on the orders of the court.
According to the 24News HD TV channel, Maryam addressed a press conference on Tuesday and raised the question that why her passport was seized when no case was registered with the police and no reference was filed in NAB.
Criticizing rival Imran Khan said that when he was in power, he liked the institutions very well but when was refused to change his nappies, he abused the word ‘neutral’.
She said Imran Khan has made a word like neutral an abuse, adding that he also launched a campaign against the victims of the helicopter crash.
Maryam also said that if NROs are not found in the secret meeting of the President's House, Imran started criticizing them.
The PML-N leader said when the Chief Election Commissioner caught Imran Khan's theft, he became evil and corrupt. She said Imran Khan wants those neutrals who will give him a vote of confidence and if they start changing his nappies today, all is well.
She said the officer who asked Imran Khan about the diamond necklaces as a bribe for his wife, turned against him.
Maryam declared Imran Khan a devil and said he should not be allowed politics and if this devil is forgiven, then he will do the same thing.
She said if justice is done, Imran Khan, his wife Pinky and friend Farah Gogi will be behind bars forever.
Despite her party being in power, she claimed that a full level playing field is not being given to them.
Anyhow, she announced that she was going to London soon and the return of Nawaz Sharif has become clear as only one application in court is required for this purpose.
She said she does not want Imran Khan to be punished in the contempt of court case because there are some serious allegations and evidence against him.
Reporter: Umar Aslam