Separate laws for masses and ‘selected PM’: Maryam

PML-N vice president, Maryam Nawaz says that there are separatye laws prevailing in the country; onefor the masses and other for the selected PM.

According to the reports of Baaghitv, PML-N Vice President and Supremo spokesperson Maryam Nawaz addressing a rally in Zafarwal neighbourhood of Punjab’s Narowal district on Wednesday, said there are separate laws for maasses and ‘selected PM’ prevailing in the country.

She lashes out at PM Imran Khan for his past speeches and said, “Fake prime minister [Imran Khan] used to say there were separate laws for rich and poor in Pakistan, but the fact is that there is one law for rich and poor and the other for the selected PM.”

She criticized living style of PM Khan and claimed ‘Selected PM’ pays Rs.100,000 despite living in a three-kanal palace and no institution including the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), even has the audacity to even question him about living asset beyond means, let alone filing a reference in any institution. She said, “No institution has courage to lodge a case against a person who has never done any business and never bothered doing a job and whose family never tried earning a living.”

Reacting to PM Khan recent statement of forming a probe commission for finding out the details of external debt taken in last decade, she said,“He [PM Imran] talks about forming commission to probe debt in the last 10 years but doesn’t have the courage to audit loans acquired during Musharraf’s era … his own government, on the other hand, has broken all records of acquiring loans during their first 10 months in power.”

She further said a commission will be formed to probe incompetence of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government.’you will be held answerable for your performance’, she said forgetting that her party’s  government performance was also held answerable by masses which resulted in loss in General Elections 2018. They failed to, even, win majority in Punjab Assembly’s election.

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