Statement comes hours after Maryam Nawaz stated that election in NA-one hundred twenty is a ‘conflict against anti-democratic forces’
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has stated that the rule of the Sharifs will probably be over after September 17, hours after Maryam Nawaz stated the election in NA-one hundred twenty was a conflict towards anti-democratic forces.
“September 17 [day of the election] will mark the top for Sharifs,” Imran informed supporters on Thursday night.
The NA-one hundred twenty seat fell vacant after the disqualification of Nawaz as prime minister for concealing belongings in his nomination papers. The by-ballot is scheduled for September 17, and the primary contest is between Kulsoom Nawaz and PTI’s Yasmin Rashid.
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Then again, Maryam Nawaz, whereas addressing her supporters, referred to as Imran a puppet, saying [Nawaz Sharif’s] political rivals have been cowards and liars.
“Sharif’s rivals resort to conspire [against the government] regardless of being continually defeated,” she added.
The previous PM’s daughter went on to name the Panama Papers probe a farce, saying it solely targeted on Sharif’s Iqama.
She referred to as upon her supporters to stay vigilant on the day of the election, saying the ballot must be gained with a large margin.
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