Maryam Nawaz says PML-N has 'broken the shackles of fear'

Maryam Nawaz says PML-N has ‘broken the shackles of fear’


QUETTA: Maryam Nawaz, vice president of PML-N, said that now is the best time to join her party because it and the 11 other parties in the PDM “have been free from the shackles of fear.”

“I feel this is the best time to join PML-N because PML-N and 11 parties in PDM have broken the shackles of fear,” Maryam Nawaz said, while addressing her party workers.

Meanwhile, PML-Q leader Sheikh Jaffer Mandokhel announced his decision to join PML-N.

“The truth is that despite being banned, Nawaz Sharif is the only Pakistani personality whose voice is echoing all over Pakistan,” said Maryam. She added that all across the country, the people “can only see the face of one man” who they feel will resolve their problems.

The PML-N leader said that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif had said “some things” in Gujranwala that “should create fear among some people”.

“Gujranwala citizens gave a reaction that should be fearful for some people,” she added.

Marianne said that the reaction to Nawaz’s speech was witnessed when the Chief of Police of Sindh was “kidnapped” that day and night.

Mariam recalled the night when her husband was arrested in Karachi and said: “When Pakistan’s daughters and sisters were broken into their homes, the people of Chiluzhstan could understand the mentality of our opponents.”

When talking about arrests that have become the focus of Pakistani politics, Mariam said that in the incident, “a person named Imran Khan was completely missing in Pakistani politics and government.”

“He does not even know who did what in Karachi on that day,” said Maryam. She added that the Sindh police by submitting their leave requests had “exposed the state above the state and the attack on the province”.

Speaking of the police officers attending the event, Mariam said: “The inspector general must be given some respect, and some police officers should be respected.”

“We will raise our voice for those protecting us. We have to respect the decision of the people,” said Maryam Nawaz.

“This has to end one day and that time is close,” said Maryam.

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