Imran Khan, the former prime minister and leader of the PTI, is no longer involved in Pakistani politics, according to PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz, and the coalition government is unfazed by his protracted march toward Islamabad, which began on October 28.
We won’t pay attention to the demands of ‘armed groups,’ whether PTI brings 2,000 or 20,000 people. They do not practise democracy. They are terrorists on the political right, she declared during a press appearance on Tuesday in London.
While referring to Imran as a “political terrorist,” Maryam claimed that his Haqeeqi Azadi March to the federal capital was intended to exert pressure on the current administration on the appointment of the army chief.
Maryam claimed that the DG ISI exposed Imran’s “lying” that he met the army commander at night to present his “unconstitutional” demands. She was referring to the unusual news conference of key military leaders.
“Under pressure, they [military chiefs] declined to speak at the news conference. To defend the national interest, it was vital to present the opposing facts, she continued.
Imran is attempting to prevent the current administration from picking the next army commander, according to the PML-N stalwart, by making divisive statements during public rallies and the long march.
She claimed that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has a legal and constitutional right to pick the military commander. Imran Khan should be aware that the appointment process will be amicable.
Regarding the Toshakhana allusion, Maryam claimed that the former premier’s exclusion from the lawsuit was only the “tip of the iceberg”.
Did the establishment urge you to procure gifts from the Toshakahan Depository or designate Bushra Bibi, the former first lady, as your front woman? she questioned.
Maryam claimed that her party has criticised the ruling class for improving and changing course.
Regarding Imran’s criticism that the establishment failed to protect his government from the “foreign conspiracy,” she remarked, “They are protectors of the country… they are not saviours of Bani Gala.”