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Stop Supporting This Weak Govt, Maryam Tells Establishment

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Pakistan Muslim League – N (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz while addressing a rally in swat on Friday said that the institutions should stop supporting the current government, which is a ‘wall of sand’ that needs a final push.

“I am telling the institutions of this country to withdraw their support of the PTI government. We do not want a clash with any institution,” said the Vice President of PML-N.

She also said that the only way out of the current crisis is the new elections. She asked the people to vote for PML-N in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to bring the same prosperity in KP as Punjab.

“If the mandate of the people is not respected then there would be inflation, there would be a price hike for commodities and there would be lawlessness,” Maryam added.

PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif once again repeated his rhetoric against the heads of security institutions and blamed them for his ouster in 2018 elections.

Pakistan Muslim League N Vice President Maryam Nawaz said that she would hold a dialogue with establishment only if the current government is removed.
In an interview to British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Maryam Nawaz said that establishment had reached some of her close aides fir a dialogue, but no one had contacted her personally.

Maruam Nawaz also said that negotiating with the current government will be a “sin”. In my opinion, Imran Khan and PTI are not a big issue because I do not consider them political people. My party and I are fighting against the mindset that they represent; they represent everything that must be eradicated from Pakistan.” Said Maryam Nawaz.
She stated that if a dialogue with establishment takes place, it would be a public dialogue and will only be in the ambit of constitution.
Maryam Nawaz and PML-N supremo had been criticising establishment for its role in politics in rallies of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM).

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