Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) Senior Vice President Maryam Nawaz has on Sunday said that she does not have evidence related to former army chief General (r) Qamar Javed Bajwa but possesses evidence against former ISI chief Lt Gen (r) Faiz Hameed.
While speaking in the Geo News program “Naya Pakistan”, Maryam said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) ‘Jail Bharu Tehreek’ failed badly, adding that PTI chief Imran Khan was asking the party workers to fill the jail but he himself was sitting inside his home due to the fear of imprisonment.
Maryam said that Imran Khan could not compete with Nawaz Sharif.
“Nawaz Sharif’s daughter got arrested due to standing firm with him, but Imran Khan is hiding his daughter, and he lied in the declaration form as well.”
She claimed that Imran Khan was receiving foreign funding from Israel and India, yet he did not spend even a day in jail.
She also said that Nawaz Sharif was subjected to extreme torture and was asked to appear before the court on an hour’s notice.
But Imran Khan was being given a special kind of treatment, she added.
The PMLN leader also stated that the ‘false story’ of cipher was fabricated by Imran Khan to mislead the public.
“How can a leader, who is a product of the establishment, be a public leader?” she questioned.
The PMLN senior vice president said, “I don’t want anyone to be excluded from politics; I don’t want to abuse anyone, but they should be punished for their crimes.”
She said that the law should take its course against Imran Khan for the crimes he committed.
Nawaz Sharif was innocent, but he was declared disqualified.
While demanding legal action against Imran Khan, she stressed that justice should be ensured.
It seems that justice for Nawaz Sharif will have to wait until QFI becomes CJP.
The current dispensation has blood on their hands. They were a hand maiden of Faiz machinations. Although the current high command has repented and is apolitical but the old political engineering set up is still under Faiz control due to the guilty judges wishing for the project Imran to be reinstated with or without military blessing.
It has been a chronic problem with our military strategy that ill conceived run away projects are started myopically such as strategic depth, etc with short term aims but the personnel retire after failures of these projects while the institution has no plan for containing blow back. So the assets take control and hit back at the institution when feeling left out.