PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz on Saturday stated Prime Minister Imran Khan is surrounded by “thieves”.
“He has flour thieves in front of him, power thieves behind him, gas thieves on the right, sugar thieves on the left and ATMs below,” Maryam stated, whereas addressing a PML-N marketing campaign rally for by-elections within the NA-75 constituency in Sialkot’s Daska tehsil.
Maryam stated that even when PML-N fails to safe a single seat in Senate, “the PML-N and Nawaz Sharif will never sit down with this lying, incompetent Imran Khan”.
“This is not an election, it is a war, a war which Nawaz Sharif has begun against those who stole your votes,” she stated.
The PML-N vp, all through her speech, made a case in opposition to the incumbent authorities — as PTI’s Usman Dar can be contesting the seat — and sought to “remind” individuals of the PML-N’s “services” in Punjab.
In extreme criticism of the federal government and specifically Prime Minister Imran Khan, she stated that when individuals complain of inflation “he says reduce your expenses”.
“Tell me, which of you were given a job of the 10 million jobs promised by the prime minister?” she requested the rally members, including: “Has not Punjab been abandoned?”
She claimed that as we speak a “tearful Punjab cries for (former prime minister) Nawaz Sharif and (former Punjab chief minister) Shahbaz Sharif”.
Maryam stated that he who promised 10 million jobs and 5 million homes has now “scaled back to chickens, eggs and calves”.
“Forget jobs and houses, did any of you get these chickens, eggs or calves?” she requested, including: “For shame!”
She sought to “remind” everybody that Nawaz Sharif, then again, had arrange energy vegetation.
The PML-N chief stated that the PTI authorities, then again, “did not succeed in making a Metro bus even”. “They only made potholes in the middle of roads,” she stated.
Maryam, in additional criticism of the Metro bus venture stated that the venture took six years to finish and even then the buses “go up in flames more than they run”.
“The ones that do not catch fire, have to be pushed to start,” she added.
By-polls in NA-75 after seat falls vacant
The NA-75 seat fell vacant when PML-N MNA Syed Iftikharul Hassan Shah died of coronavirus on August 2. By-polls for the seat , together with provincial meeting seat PP-51, will likely be held on February 19.
According to a Dawn report, PPP candidates Qamar Zaman Kaira and Sumera Sahi withdrew their candidature to help the PML-N on each these seats.
“For both the by-polls, the PML-N has chosen family members of the deceased lawmakers who held the seats previously. Nosheen Iftikhar — the daughter of former MNA Zahry Shah — and Talat Cheema — the widow of former MPA Shaukat Cheema — have been given the party tickets for NA-75 and PP-51, respectively,” learn the report.
PM’s aide resigns to face for elections
News broke a day earlier that PTI chief Usman Dar has stepped down as particular assistant to the prime minister on youth affairs.
Dar will contest the election from the town’s NA-75 space and can, in accordance with sources, resume his official responsibility because the prime minister’s particular assistant after the election.