- Faraz says spirits of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Benazir “must be suffering as worst opponents of their philosophy” are at their home today
- PML-N pioneers “have nothing for the people [and] this is their reality,” the clergyman says
- “Their persona in front of the nation is entirely different than when they are behind the scenes,” he says
- Nawaz’s name would come up at whatever point there’s a discussion of debasement, horse exchanging, and the “chamak and briefcase” governmental issues, he adds
ISLAMABAD: Information and Broadcasting Minister Senator Shibli Faraz on Sunday said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is “taabedaar (servile) for the people” and a “thaanedaar” (cop) for the hoodlums and raiders of the country.
His comments are a reference to PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz’s location in Sukkur the previous evening, where she had said the executive’s “only qualification is taabedaari (being servile)”.
Maryam in Sukkur: PM Imran Khan’s ‘just capability is taabedaari’
Faraz likewise took a correspond at what he guaranteed was Maryam’s fraud as different political heads of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) showed up in Garhi Khuda Bakhsh to go to previous PM Benazir Bhutto’s thirteenth passing anniversary.
He said Maryam and other PDM pioneers are “covert siblings [who] overtly fight”.
The serve said the spirits of PPP originator and ex-chief Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and his girl, Benazir, “must be suffering as the worst opponents of their philosophy and ideology have imposed themselves at their home today”.
The PML-N’s “agenda starts and ends with their own selves”, he composed on Twitter.
“They have nothing for the people,” the bureaucratic pastor added.
Maryam Nawaz had arrived at Naudero House, Larkana, the previous evening where her assignment was gotten by PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari and his sister, Aseefa.
Faraz said Maryam’s visit to Larkana talked “volumes about the historical reality of ‘covert siblings [who] overtly fight'”. The individuals who had declared they would drag each other in the city of Lahore and Larkana have now become visitors at one another’s homes, he said.
“This is their reality. Their persona in front of the nation is entirely different from when they are behind the scenes,” he added.
“Whenever there would be a talk about corruption, fraudulence, horse trading, Changa Manga, and the ‘chamak and briefcase’ politics [a reference to bribery] in the country, Nawaz Sharif’s name would come up,” Faraz said.