Sharifs still panic Imran: Marriyum

February 23,2019

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ISLAMABAD: The PML-N Central Spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb has said that every court decision vindicating the Sharifs was pushing Prime Minister Imran Khan closer to completely losing his mind.

Marriyum said that the state of panic, frustration and obsession with PML-N leaders was once again evident as Imran proved that he did not deserved to be even selected as a Prime Minister and his true place was still on top of a container.

She said that the “selected Prime Minister” was struggling to come out of the shadow of Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz Sharif while delivering a speech standing in front of a project started by the PML-N leaders.

“Imran Khan needs to understand that to compete with Nawaz Sharif, first one needs to learn to be honest with the people of Pakistan and secondly one needs to be actually elected by the people of Pakistan. You, Mr Selected Prime Minister, king of U-turns and mega lies, do not have either of those qualities. The selected Prime Minister who preaches to his cabinet to lie blatantly through their teeth every hour of every day, cannot compete with Nawaz Sharif,” Marriyum said.

The Prime Minister, she said, can tell his lies all he wants. His panic and frustration is over the failure of what she called his evil plan of robbing the people’s mandate and their true leadership through fake cases is falling apart.

“You can try any distraction ploy but that would not stop people of Pakistan from asking how and why was Rupee devaluated by 35 percent. They will not stop questioning why did the trade-deficit not reduce despite this devaluation; how many billions were added to the national foreign debt everyday; how did inflation double overnight; why isn’t the electricity capacity installed by Nwaz Sharif not being transmitted to the people because of your incompetence? The true representative of the people of Pakistan, the opposition, will keep on asking when will you tweet about the ten million jobs and five million houses for the poor,” Marriyum said.


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