Maryam Nawaz says ‘state should stop Imran Khan with full force’
LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Senior Vice President Maryam Nawaz has said that the state should stop Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan with full force, otherwise, the country would go into the wrong hands, ARY News reported on Sunday.
Maryam Nawaz made the statement while addressing the lawyers wing in Lahore. She said that the National Assembly (NA) had been dissolved on the ruling of Qasim Suri but the violator of the Constitution was allowed to go home.
She admitted that it was a mistake of the incumbent government not to file a petition. She added that the time has not passed yet and the government should approach the court now.
Answering a question, Maryam questioned who is still supporting Imran Khan. She also raised a question against the judiciary for not taking any action against Qasim Suri s ruling despite the Supreme Court (SC) declaring it a constitutional violation.
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She told the lawyers that PTI politics revolves around the facilitators and postings. She urged the legal fraternity to reject any wrongdoing and become a facilitator as they are protectors of the law.
Earlier in the month, Maryam Nawaz alleged that the events of Zaman Park and the international support Imran Khan received after resisting arrest through his supporters had her convinced that the PTI chief is a “foreign-funded” agent tasked to spread chaos in Pakistan.
Addressing media in Punjab s capital city, the PML-N leader said that Imran Khan hid behind his supporters while they attacked police personnel who were there to arrest him to just produce him in court in the same fashion as “gangsters”.
She also raised doubts over the international condemnation the police action on Zaman Park received and said that if people like Zalmay Khalilzad are condemning action against him (Imran Khan), she is convinced, keeping in view the “foreign funding case”, that Imran Khan is a foreign-funded agent of chaos.