Maryam Nawaz says ‘incompetent’ Imran Khan was ‘imposed’ on Pakistan – world news

Regarding Prime Minister Imran Khan, Maryam Nawaz, Vice President of the Pakistan Muslim Federation (Nawaz) (PML-N), said on Sunday that certain forces following the “division and governance” policy “collected fragments from the party to form Pakistan”. Tehreek-e-Insaf” has imposed “the incompetent” on the state.

Speaking in Larkana on the 13th anniversary of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s death, Maryam said she, like the first female prime minister in an Islamic state, wanted to fight for Pakistan’s unification.

Speaking at Cindy, she said, “When the story of the PPP government collapsed in 2008, Nawa Z Sharif subsided that thought and said that it was the people’s decision to come and go. Making it not a political party”

PML-N also said that “some forces” following the “division and governance” policy “collected the depraved debris from the political party to form Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf”. Hence, “the incompetent man” was “imposed upon all of us.”

“What should the PDM tell that person? He is saying he knows nothing […] He says that people should not take power without preparation. No one can take power without preparation,” said Maryam.

Striking Imran Khan, she said while people “kill themselves from the hunger and despair caused by inflation,” he said, “how can I do it, I don’t have a magic button.”

She also said that the “corrupt” is forgiven, while political leaders are “imprisoned and shot down to face court”.

“But you can’t send it to the gallows or banish political ideology. […] That’s why no one will follow your name, but there are people all over Pakistan to name Z Sharif and Bena Zir Bhutto,” she said.

Recalling the Muslim world’s first female prime minister, Bena Zir Bhutto, PML-N Vice President said that Bhutto had to “save his life” for his struggles and convictions.

“Bena Gir fought for his father’s struggles and vision, and ultimately joined him in the afterlife.” She added, “I also want to fight for the unification of Pakistan.”

In the Charter of Democracy signed by Nawa Z Sharif and Benazir Bhutto, Maryam said, “This was not just a strand of history, it was an event that changed the fate of Pakistan.”

The PDM held an anti-government rally in Pakistani politics with the government of Imran Khan on charges of election preparation, corruption and domination by Pakistani military forces.

Maryam and Bilawal say they will send government pavements led by Imran and are one of the key leaders who organized six PDM rally in Peshawar, Gujranwala, Karachi, Quetta, Multan and Lahore from October 16th.