LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz while taunting PM Imran Khan has said that how pitiful is a person who is powerless and helpless being in power.
In an interview with Twitter, Maryam Nawaz said that when you keep your power in place, rather than in the power of the people, if you turn the page, you will be ashamed.
She said that whether you put the barcode on the ballot or sit in the box yourself, those who are ready to vote against you are more afraid of the anger of the people than your anger because of your anti-people policy.
Maryam said those who have kept their doors closed to politicians for three years now begging their own members for vote in Senate elections adding that supporting you is enmity with the country and people, which your supporters have refused to bear.
Earlier She had said that once again it has been proved that constitution is above tricks and references of ‘vote thieves’.
Maryam Nawaz, in a tweet had said that government spokesperson are now talking about use of technology in the elections to hide their embarrassment.
She reiterated that no system like RTS or excuses of fog like that were made in by-election of Daska will be tolerated.
Earlier, PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb has said that opinion of Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP) on presidential reference on open Senate vote is not a victory or defeat for anyone.
In response to the Supreme Court’s opinion, she said that making the election transparent is the responsibility of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), and the parliament is responsible for amending the constitution.
On the other hand, the Supreme Court of Pakistan stated in its reference to the president in the public vote of the Senate that the Senate election will be conducted by secret ballot.
The majority opinion (4-1) of the apex court, stated that elections of the upper house of the parliament are held under the article 226 of the constitution of Pakistan.
The apex court has directed Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to use latest technologies to stop corrupt practices and emphasized that all institutions were bound to follow the ECP.
The top court, however, also said that the secrecy of the ballot papers was “not absolute”.