ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Political Communication Shahbaz Gill Wednesday steered PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz keep on with politics as an alternative of speaking about “magic”, in response to her feedback about Prime Minister “using magic” to get issues carried out.
Gill, in a press convention in Islamabad together with State Minister for Information and Broadcasting Farrukh Habib, stated that Maryam must also make clear “what kind of jinn she used to launder money abroad”, as she is speaking about superstitions today, Geo News reported.
“Now that Maryam has started talking about [superstitions], would she care telling us about the witches that worked hard day and night to build apartments for the Sharif family in London?” Gill requested.
He questioned if Maryam may inform “if there were any jinns or witches that printed dollar bills in the basement of their house”.
Gill added that as an alternative of issuing such statements, Maryam ought to confine her views to politics and current the receipts of her properties to the National Accountability Bureau.
Adding to Gill’s remarks, Farrukh Habib stated that Nawaz Sharif has been convicted by the court docket, subsequently, no one would need to be like him.
“Imran Khan has his own identity and he is the hero of Pakistan,” Habib stated, including that the premier doesn’t must be like Nawaz.
He went on to say that regardless of what number of “magical tactics” Maryam employs, she must be accountable for her corruption.
Earlier within the day, whereas talking to the media exterior the Islamabad High Court after a listening to of the Avenfield reference, Maryam stated that Prime Minister Imran Khan will not be a constitutionally-elected prime minister, alleging that he resorts to magic to get issues carried out.
She added that PM Khan ought to “not even attempt to be like Nawaz Sharif” as he was “an elected prime minister who came into power through the votes of the masses” versus the incumbent ruler, who the Opposition regularly refers to as a “selected leader”.
She stated that if using “magic” had yielded success for the premier, then it must be put to make use of to alleviate the petrol, diesel, flour crises.
“If your magic is so successful then why don’t you use it for the good of the people?” she requested.