ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant on Political Communications to the Prime Minister Shahbaz Gill on Wednesday suggested that PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz to stick to politics instead of talking about “magic” in response to her comments about the Prime Minister. “Using Magic”.
Gill told a press conference in Islamabad with Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Farooq Habib that Maryam should also clarify “what kind of Jean She used to launder money abroad”, as she is speaking of superstition these days, geo news informed of.
“Now that Mary has started talking [superstitions]Would she care to tell us about the witches who worked day and night to build apartments for the Sharif family in London?” Gill asked.
They wondered if Mary could tell “if any”. jinnies Or witches print dollar bills in the basement of their house”.
Gill said that instead of issuing such statements, Maryam should confine her views to politics and submit receipts of her assets to the National Accountability Bureau.
Adding to Gill’s remarks, Farooq Habib said that since Nawaz Sharif has been convicted by the court, no one would want to be like him.
“Imran Khan has his own identity and he is the hero of Pakistan,” Habib said. He said that the Prime Minister does not need to be like Nawaz.
He further added that whatever “magical tricks” Mary employs, she will have to be held accountable for her corruption.
Earlier in the day, speaking to the media outside the Islamabad High Court after hearing the Avenfield reference, Maryam said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is not a constitutionally elected prime minister, alleging that he was trying to get things done. resort to magic.
He said that Prime Minister Khan “should not even attempt to be like Nawaz Sharif” as he was “an elected prime minister who came to power through the votes of the people” as opposed to the incumbent ruler, whom the opposition called Often referred to as a. “Selected Leader”.
He said that if the Premier has been successful with the use of “magic”, then it should be used to ease the petrol, diesel, flour crisis.
“If your magic is so successful why don’t you use it for the good of the people?” He asked.