- Chaudhry asserted that Maryam’s legislative issues is exclusively founded on “animosity with Prime Minister Imran Khan”
- He said that PDM is breaking up
- The science serve said that the parliament is the best discussion to hold a dialogue
ISLAMABAD: The Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry on Sunday guaranteed that PML-N’s VP Maryam Nawaz holds no involvement with governmental issues, adding that she has “bitterness in her words for all the institutions of the country.”
Reacting to Maryam’s speech that she conveyed in Sukkur on Saturday during the laborers’ convention, Fawad Chaudhry said that the PML-N pioneer isn’t eager to reply “where the billions of rupees she transferred from her accounts to 32 companies came from.”
During her Saturday address, Maryam had said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s “only qualification is taabedaari” (being servile).
The PML-N pioneer introduced a few answers in light of PM Imran Khan’s location in Chakwal yesterday.
Fawad Chaudhry guaranteed that Maryam’s governmental issues is “solely based on animosity with Prime Minister Imran Khan,” in this manner, individuals have dismissed her.
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“PDM is breaking up; PPP distanced itself from the statements of Nawaz Sharif and Fazlur Rehman,” he alleged.
Speaking about the apparent fracture in JUI-F, he said that Fazlur Rehman’s gathering would keep on filling separated in the coming days, adding that “Maryam’s politics has drowned her party and all her statements are based on lies”.
The bureaucratic clergyman said that Opposition chiefs’ means are vacillating despite the fact that they kept on offering ultimatums to the PTI-government.
“The Opposition’s movement has practically come to an end. Lahore has proved to be a ‘Waterloo’ for them,” he added.
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He further said that the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), along with Maryam Nawaz and Bilawal, don’t represent a danger to the public authority or to Imran Khan, adding that “no one from the incumbent government will resign at their request.”
“They [Opposition leaders] are showpieces. Given their weaknesses, we do not need to tighten our policy against them. In fact, I am in favour of the government to give the Opposition a way out of this difficulty,” he added.
Chaudhry said that the parliament is the best discussion to hold an exchange. “We want to bring an electoral system on which no one can raise a finger. PM Imran Khan has also always preferred dialogue,” he concluded.