Have evidence against Faiz Hameed not Bajwa: Maryam

admin 6 March, 2023
Updated 2023/03/06 at 5:51 AM
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PML N Senior Vice President Maryam Nawaz Sharif at a rally in Gujranwala

Remnants of Lt General (retd) Faiz Hameed still exist in institution and are supporting PTI Chairman Imran Khan till date, says Maryam on Naya Pakistan

PML-N Senior Vice President Maryam Nawaz says that she does no longer have evidence related to former military leader General (retired) Qamar Javed Bajwa, but has evidence associated with Lieutenant General (retired) Faiz Hameed, the former director-standard of the Inter Services Intelligence.

Nawaz while speakme on Geo News programme ‘Naya Pakistan’ said that no motion turned into a larger failure than the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) ‘Jail Bharo Tehreek (court arrest movement)’. “They [PTI leadership] stored telling their employees to replenish the jails and have been sitting at home themselves out of worry,” she said.

“Imran Khan stated the ‘Jail Bharo Tehreek’ become a hit, however I have in no way visible the sort of failed movement in history,” she said, including that the PTI chair had plastered his leg for worry of going to prison.

Her remarks against Imran came after excessive drama continued on the PTI chair’s Zaman Park house for hours on Sunday after the Islamabad Police arrived there for his arrest within the Toshakhana case and he correctly evaded his capture.

Later, Imran got here down hard on kingdom institutions while addressing party workers and supporters, who had participated in his ‘Jail Bharo Tehreek‘. Interestingly, Imran Khan’s chief of workforce Senator Shibli Faraz had claimed in advance that the PTI leader become no longer present at his Zaman Park house. The deposed prime minister — who become ousted from electricity in April last 12 months — vented his rage whilst addressing the celebration people and supporters. In a fiery speech, the PTI chairman stated that he had neither knelt earlier than any group or man or woman nor could let the nation achieve this.

‘No comparison between Nawaz and Imran’

Maryam Nawaz said there was no comparison between [former prime minister] Nawaz Sharif and Imran Khan as Nawaz was a “brave person because he faced jail in a bad condition while Imran Khan had never been to jail”.

She also ridiculed Imran on social media for avoiding arrest by the Islamabad Police. In a tweet, she asked her father and party supremo Nawaz Sharif to lend some bravery to “coward” Imran Khan to face the courts of law instead of hiding at his residence in Lahore.

She tagged Nawaz Sharif and said: “Listen @NawazSharifMNS, please lend a little courage to Imran Khan.”

She said the “lion” [Nawaz Sharif] was innocent; he came to Pakistan from London, holding her daughter’s [Maryam Nawaz’s] hand and presented himself for arrest.

“If a jackal is a thief, he hides behind other’s daughters and uses them as a shield for fear of his arrest,” she said and added that the nation had now come to know the difference between a lion and a jackal.

“Imran Khan is hiding his daughter and lied in an official declaration form. They were caught taking money from Israel and India in foreign funding and they did not spend even a day in jail,” she said.

‘Faiz Hameed’s remnants in institution still supporting Imran’

Remnants of Lt General (retd) Faiz Hameed still exist in the institution and are supporting Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan till date, Maryam went on, adding that the evidence had already come to fore in the audio leaks.

“He is still being facilitated by the remnants of the previous establishment, as their interests are interlinked,” Maryam said.

Meanwhile, she said she was not waiting for Lt Gen (retd) Faiz’s retirement.

Earlier, commenting on Khan’s resistance to appear in court for the numerous cases against him, Maryam had said this was the first time she had witnessed that a politician was not adhering to court orders despite repetitive reminders. She had added that the judiciary had judges who were honest and full of integrity, but there still existed “some remnants” of the former ISI chief through which “they operated”.

“Not the institution, but some people are supporting Imran,” she had elaborated, claiming that the cricketer-turned-politician was still involved in “deals”.

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